Theodore Rex

Theodore Rex

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In Edmund Morris' sequel to his Pulitzer Prize-winning first book on Theodore Roosevelt, Roosevelt's great deeds, gifts, and energy are on conspicuous display. Roosevelt's presidency was imperial, and he shaped policies and events according to his will despite the opposition of Wall Street, the white South, and other interests.
Publisher: [New York] : Books on Tape, 2008
ISBN: 9781415951637
1415951632
Additional Contributors: Marosz, Jonathan

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fthlauren Mar 16, 2015

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hmcgivney
Apr 01, 2014

This was mostly a political history and I prefer social history, so this one felt a little dry. The parts of Roosevelt's presidency that are interesting to me, like the founding of the conservation movement and T.R.'s increasing progressivism, got short shrift in favor of Congressional scandals and political maneuvering. I look forward to learning about Roosevelt's post-presidential life in the next book.

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