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If we stand idly by, if we seek merely swollen, slothful ease and ignoble peace, if we shrink from the hard contests where men must win at hazard of their lives and at the risk of all they hold dear, then the bolder and stronger peoples will pass us by, and will win for themselves the domination of the world.
Theodore
Roosevelt
The Strenuous Life
Essays and Addresses
 
Theodore Roosevelt
 
This small but concentrated book is a collection of Roosevelt’s published commentaries and public addresses on what is necessary for a vital and healthy political, social and individual life.
 
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CONTENTS
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NEW YORK: THE CENTURY CO., 1900
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 1999
 
 
I. THE STRENUOUS LIFE
II. EXPANSION AND PEACE
III. LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE AMONG REFORMERS
IV. FELLOW-FEELING AS A POLITICAL FACTOR
V. CIVIC HELPFULNESS
VI. CHARACTER AND SUCCESS
VII. THE EIGHTH AND NINTH COMMANDMENTS IN POLITICS
VIII. THE BEST AND THE GOOD
IX. PROMISE AND PERFORMANCE
X. THE AMERICAN BOY
XI. MILITARY PREPAREDNESS AND UNPREPAREDNESS
XII. ADMIRAL DEWEY
XIII. GRANT


 
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