T. R. : the last romantic /

"In his time there was no national figure more popular than Theodore Roosevelt. It was not only the energy he brought to political office that made him so popular, or his unshakable moral convictions, or even his stature as an authentic war her othe colonel who led the Rough Riders up San Juan...

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Main Author: Brands, H. W.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Basic Books, [1997]
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Table of Contents:
  • A child of the Civil War : 1858-65
  • Foreign ventures : 1865-73
  • Oyster Bay : 1873-76
  • Anxious underclassman : 1876-77
  • A man of his own : 1877-78
  • First love : 1878-81
  • Crashing the party : 1881-83
  • The light that failed : 1883-86
  • From the little Missouri to the Potomac : 1886-89
  • Strategic alliances : 1890-95
  • On the beat : 1895-96
  • The cockpit of empire : 1896-98
  • The hero in his element : 1898
  • Gunpowder governor : 1898-99
  • On their heads : 1899-1901
  • Suddenly in the saddle : 1901
  • Hand to hand with the coal kings : 1902
  • The kaiser and the canal : 1902-3
  • The life of the party : 1904
  • The logic of power : 1904-5
  • Square dealing : 1905-6
  • Neither war nor quite peace : 1906-7
  • Heir apparenting : 1907
  • The breathless end of a rousing run : 1908-9
  • Lions and lesser royalty : 1909-10
  • Retirement ruined : 1910-11
  • To the barricades once more : 1912
  • The river of doubt : 1913-14
  • The irregular's return : 1914-16
  • The one they left behind : 1916-18
  • The last romantic : 1918-19.