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Theodore Roosevelt: Fighting Patriot

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218 pages
Published June 1953 by Follett Publishing Company
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I enjoyed this biography of Theodore Roosevelt’s life. The author does a nice job of giving context to his rise to power as a politician, showing how he struggled with and overcame childhood illness and incorporated that fighting spirit into his every day life.

Description of cigar factory reform championed by Roosevelt: “This attempt in the early 1880’s to have a product made under healthy conditions was very bold. Many said that Roosevelt’s concern showed he was a youthful Don Quixote rather t
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Roosevelt Island is my favorite presidential memorial in DC- I find all of the quotes so inspiring- so I was excited to learn more about this President. And I did learn a lot, but this book sort of tripped and fast forwarded and even seemed to change writing styles often, which was frustrating and more difficult to read than it needed to be.
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