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the famous quarrel between Theodore Roosevelt and President Taft—a quarrel
that split the Republican Party, put Woodrow Wilson in the White House, and
wrote bold, luminous lines across the World War and altered the flow of history.
That, too, was one of the secrets of Theodore Roosevelt's astonishing popularity.
Even his servants loved him. His colored valet, James E. Amos, wrote a book
about him entitled Theodore Roosevelt, Hero to His Valet. In that book, Amos ...
He buys.” When Theodore Roosevelt was Governor of New York, he
accomplished an extraordinary feat. He kept on good terms with the political
bosses and yet he forced through reforms which they bitterly disliked. And here is
how he did it.
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