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An American Citizen Can Take His Bible and the Constitution of the United States
into the Caucus. CHAPTER IX. —CRUSADE FOR THE MERIT SYSTEM . . 170
Roosevelt's Work in the New York Legislature Bears Fruit. Appointed Civil ...
“Boys”—he did not say “gentlemen,” he did not say “fellow citizens,” he said “boys
,” for his mind had flown back to a time when he was fighting for his country—''
Boys, we must stand together. We have met at the bier of one whom we loved.
In the same essay quoted above he says: “One may fall very far short of treason
and yet be an undesirable citizen in the community. The man who becomes
Europeanized, who loses his power of doing good work on this side of the water,
... for the tenets of party; he is no longer a citizen representing only himself 44
party; he is no longer a citizen representing only himself in the body politic. He is
the head and front of all citizenship, the repository of the hopes and fears and
aspirations of eighty millions of people, the first citizen of the United States of ...
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I did not finish this book, and the first sentence from the first chapter may give you an idea why. "Restless as the sea his forefathers sailed to reach the new world; active as the soil that answered ... Read full review