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This book was a real eye opener to me on the politics of the day and how an assassin's bullet can put a man in the right spot at the right time. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Maurice A. Rhodes
As he matures, TR is driven by knowledge, then action, then strategy...
EM educates us in the era and the philosophy of TR in a way that allows us to appreciate the timeless... Read more
I took out this book from a library, loved it so I has to get a copy of my own. It is phenomenally written, and is very inspirational for anyone who has any goals in this life.Published on Nov. 18 2012 by Matt VanMaanen
Outstanding! McCullough and others have done wonderful things with Presidential biographies; however, Morris has brought Roosevelt alive like no other. Read morePublished on July 14 2004 by C. David Young
Teddy Roosevelt is surely one of the most captivating figures in history, and this book is an incredibly lively and vivid chronicle of his rise to the American presidency. Read morePublished on Jan. 16 2004 by Bryan Richards
Well researched, entertaining chronicle of the developmental years of a remarkable man, of a sort we don't see today. I could hardly put it down. Read morePublished on Dec 18 2003 by Henri IV
I first read this book in college and recently read it again to prepare myself for the second volume of Mr. Morris' biography. What an interesting person! Read morePublished on Oct. 11 2003 by Grozarks
Morris's book describes the life of Theodore Roosevelt from his birth to his assumption of the Presidency.
Roosevelt was a sickly and frail child. Read more