The Theodore Roosevelt Treasury: A Self-portrait from His Writings

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Putnam, 1957 - 342 pages
This is a selection, roughly chronological, from the many kinds of writing T.R. did when leisure allowed. Throughout his years in the presidency official and unofficial writings follow each other to show both the public man and the private. This is book is indeed a self-portrait of a vigorous and interesting personality, of a man with a high vision of America and her future.

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Contents

Introduction
15
The Man with the Muckrake
16
Campaign of 1904
18
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