Theodore Roosevelt and the Politics of Power(Library of American Biography) - G. Wallace Chessman

Theodore Roosevelt and the Politics of Power(Library of American Biography)

G. Wallace Chessman

Book Summary

Poised at a strategic point in the emergence of modern America, Theodore Roosevelt entered the White House just as the twentieth century opened. Following a succession of weak presidents who proved themselves incapable of dealing seriously with the novel problems and responsibilities created by industrialization within the country and by imperialism in the world outside it

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