This meticulously edited edition represents the great literary legacy of the president Theodore Roosevelt. Besides historical books, biographies, nature and guide books, you will find in this collection – his memoirs, personal and presidential writings through which you will discover surprising adventurous life the former president, as well as details of his presidential actions and truth behind certain decisions. Contents: Autobiography The Naval War of 1812 Hero Tales from American History The Winning of the West Through the Brazilian Wilderness Letters to His Children The Rough Riders A Book-Lover's Holidays in the Open Hunting The Grisly And Other Sketches America and the World War Average Americans The Strenuous Life Expansion and Peace Fellow-Feeling as Political Factor Character & Success History as Literature Biological Analogies in History The World Movement The Thraldom of Names Productive Scholarship Dante and the Bowery The Foundations of the Nineteenth Century The Search for Truth in a Reverent Spirit The Ancient Irish Sagas An Art Exhibition The Duties of American Citizenship Professionalism in Sports Practical Work in Politics Resignation Letter Colonel Roosevelt's Reports Strength & Decency The Square Deal Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech The Man With the Muck Rake Sons of the Puritans Where We Can Work With Socialists Where We Cannot Work With Socialists Citizenship in a Republic (the Man in the Arena) International Peace The New Nationalism Duty & Self-control The Right of the People to Rule I Have Just Been Shot Address to the Boys Progressive League Address to the Knights of Columbus
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Patricia O’Toole is a biographer who also teaches at Columbia University’s School of the Arts. Her books include When Trumpets Call: Theodore Roosevelt after the White House, Money and Morals in America, and The Five of Hearts: An Intimate History of Henry Adams and His Friends, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Awards, and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. She lives in New York City.
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Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924) was an American statesman and politician. As chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, his opposition to the League of Nations established in the Treaty of Versailles formally ending World War I was central in its rejection by the Senate.