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We of the great modern democracies must strive unceasingly to make our several countries lands in which a poor man who works hard can live comfortably and honestly, and in which a rich man cannot live dishonestly nor in slothful avoidance of duty.
Theodore
Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography
 
Theodore Roosevelt
 
In his vital, illustrative and dynamic autobiography, Theodore Roosevelt let us into the life that formed one of the greatest and outspoken presidents in American history. Not only are we privy to the formation of his political ideals, but also to his love of the frontier and the great outdoors.
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Foreword    Illustrations
NEW YORK: MACMILLAN, 1913
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 1999
 
 
I. BOYHOOD AND YOUTH
II. THE VIGOR OF LIFE
III. PRACTICAL POLITICS
IV. IN COWBOY LAND
V. APPLIED IDEALISM
VI. THE NEW YORK POLICE
VII. THE WAR OF AMERICA THE UNREADY
Appendix A: A Manly Letter
Appendix B: The San Juan Fight
VIII. THE NEW YORK GOVERNORSHIP
Appendix A: Conservation
Appendix B: The Political Situation In 1900
IX. OUTDOORS AND INDOORS
X. THE PRESIDENCY; MAKING AN OLD PARTY PROGRESSIVE
XI. THE NATURAL RESOURCES OF THE NATION
XII. THE BIG STICK AND THE SQUARE DEAL
XIII. SOCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL JUSTICE
Appendix: Socialism
XIV. THE MONROE DOCTRINE AND THE PANAMA CANAL
Appendix: Colombia: The Proposed Message To Congress
XV. THE PEACE OF RIGHTEOUSNESS
Appendix A: The Trusts, the People, and the Square Deal
Appendix B: The Control of Corporations and "The New Freedom"
Appendix C: The Blaine Campaign


 
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