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Ably Supported in the Senate and House.
and Embarking. Landing on Cuban Soil.
* PAGE CHAPTER XVII.-HONORS THRUST UPON HIM . . . 336 Nominated for Vice-President Against His Emphatic Protest. Sinks Personal Preference at the Call of Public Duty. Striking Figure in the Campaign. Presiding Over the Senate. Seeks Recreation in a Post-election Hunt for Mountain Lions.
CHAPTER XVIII.-Ass AssiNATION OF PRESIDENT MC-
Leon Czolgosz Strikes Down the Head of the Nation.
CHAPTER XIX.—SUCCEEDs To THE PRESIDENCY . . . 369 "To
Theodore Roosevelt Takes Oath of Office. Informed of
CHAPTER XX. —CHIEF ExECUTIVE OF THE NATION . . 379 .
CHAPTER XXI.—THE FUTURE . . . . . . . . . 394.
What May Reasonably Be Expected from Such a President of Such a Nation. Believing in the Monroe Doctrine and American Control of the Canal at the Isthmus, in Reciprocity and Expansion, Mr. Roosevelt Is Strong, Upright, Honest and Aggressive, and Implicitly Trusted by a United People. America's Golden Era.