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Maintaining a Splendid Independence. The Forlorn Hope in the Race for Election
as Mayor of New York City. CHAPTER WI.—RANCHING IN THE BAD LANDs . . . .
109 Comrade with the Cowboys. Wins the Confidence and Esteem of Hunters, ...
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
... him as their candidate for Governor of New York, and that his wonderful civil
career, supplemented by his short but very brilliant record as a soldier, would
cause the American people to finally elect him to the highest office within their gift
A hero before the election, he is now an inspiration to every American boy.
Though born in New York, the entire country claims him. His mother was from
Georgia, and he himself was a cowboy in the West. One of his uncles was a
“Hands off.” they said, and our Congressmen were on that platform elected.
Europe smiled, and we contented ourselves with what they condemned as Our
narrowneSS. Years passed, and we had a merciless war. Premiers said, “I told
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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