By Serge Ricard
A better half to Theodore Roosevelt is the 1st complete anthology to surround Roosevelt as complete, highlighting either his character and his expert diplomacy.Revitalizes and internationalizes scholarship in this most well liked and highly-rated American presidentCovers many elements of Roosevelt’s character and his rules, family and overseas, to create a whole photograph of the manProvides scholarship from each side of the Atlantic, from tested Roosevelt specialists, revered students, and a brand new iteration of historiansA new and clean historiographical exploration of Roosevelt’s lifestyles and concepts, political occupation and achievements, and his legacies
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He proved a formidable candidate, with even the New York Times admitting that he could “express himself with enough vigor to give him a good status before any audience” (New York Times, 24 September 1886). And the numbers seemed to be on George’s side. Considering that in 1884 William Grace had been elected with about 96,000 votes, if George could simply secure the workingman’s vote, he stood a chance at being elected. It was expected that this possibility would spur frightened Republicans to vote for Hewitt.
COLLINS FURTHER READING Cutright, Paul R. (1956). Theodore Roosevelt the Naturalist. New York: Harper. Davis, Glen (1975). ” History of Childhood Quarterly 2: 461–92. Davis, Glen (1975). ’ ” History of Childhood Quarterly 3: 43–74. Wagenknecht, Edward (1958). The Seven Worlds of Theodore Roosevelt. New York: Longmans, Green & Co. , Jr. (1952). 2: 301–15. indd 26 7/8/2011 6:04:37 PM Chapter Two THEODORE ROOSEVELT’S EARLY POLITICAL CAREER: THE MAKING OF AN INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN AND URBAN PROGRESSIVE Edward P.
You cannot imagine anything more dreary,” TR lamented to his former partner Bill Sewall. ” Referring to the rangelands as simply a “barren waste,” even he had to search for words to describe the sight of a vast, windswept graveyard littered with the stiffened carcasses of thousands of animals. “I am bluer than indigo,” he wrote to Bamie on April 17. Estimating that he had likely lost half of the $83,000 that he had invested in cattle business, a pessimistic TR announced, “I am planning to get out” (Sewall 1919, 41, 47, 96–97; Morison, Blum, and Chandler 1951–1954, 1: 126–27; Roosevelt 1899, 17–24).
A Companion to Theodore Roosevelt by Serge Ricard