Edmund Morris

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For TR, the nation s highest office was never a burden; he loved the job, and Americans loved him for loving it Read >>
When Theodore Roosevelt—Harvard-educated, dandified, and just twenty-three—arrived in Albany as an assemblyman in 1882, the oldpols dismissed him as a “Punkin-Lily,”and worse. They were in for a shock. Read >>

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