Theodore Roosevelt
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He shot as well as the best of them; he rode as far; he never complained of food or tasks or hardship; he met every one on equal terms. Above all, he left no doubt as to his courage.
IV. Nature the Healer
William Roscoe
Thayer
Theodore Roosevelt
An Intimate Biography
 
William Roscoe Thayer
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Preface  Abbreviations  Epilogue  Illustrations
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS
 
BOSTON: HOUGHTON MIFFLIN, 1919
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000
 
 
  1. Origins and Youth
  2. Breaking into Politics
  3. At the First Crossroads
  4. Nature the Healer
  5. Back to the East and Literature
  6. Applying Morals to Politics
  7. The Rough Rider
  8. Governor of New York—Vice-President
  9. President
  10. The World Which Roosevelt Confronted
  11. Roosevelt’s Foreign Policy
  12. The Great Crusade at Home
  13. The Two Roosevelts
  14. The President and the Kaiser
  15. Roosevelt and Congress
  16. The Square Deal in Action
  17. Roosevelt at Home
  18. Hits and Misses
  19. Choosing His Successor
  20. World Honors
  21. Which Was the Republican Party?
  22. The Two Conventions
  23. The Brazilian Ordeal
  24. Prometheus Bound
  25. Prometheus Unbound



 
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