The Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt

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University Press of Kansas, 1991 - 355 pages
Theodore Roosevelt was hearty, frank, freindly, and bold - a president so popular that many Americans believed they knew him personally. Through the force of his personality and excitement of his adventuring, he wove the presidency into the fabric of daily life as no other president had done. Nearly a century later he is remembered as the most colourful chief executive.

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Contents

Keeping the Left Center Together
225
We Were at Absolute Peace
251
There Is No One Like Theodore
271
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