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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.
... by both his own and the opposing party, but in every case he promptly took the
public into his confidence, gave all the facts to the press, and invited the most
searching inquiry. This open, honest candor acquired the confidence of the
I met Mr. Roosevelt at his office, and he showed the same enthusiastic devotion,
and delighted to explain his efforts toward reform and good, honest government.
When Mr. McKinley became President he selected Mr. Roosevelt as his ...
In his treatment of political questions Mr. Roosevelt's methods exhibit much of the
shrewdness of his merchant ancestors. He believes in honest goods, but not in
mixing his silks and satins with the cheap prints in the show-window. He believes
... university, Mr. Roosevelt was a unique figure. Sterling, rugged, old-fashioned
honesty and a keen sense of duty brought him up sharply before every
proposition, and he made it the paramount business of the present to find out just
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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