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Learn more about Theodore Roosevelt's History of the United States:

Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0061834343
ISBN-13: 9780061834349
Sku: 217574533
Publish Date: 5/10/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 9.25H x 6.25L x 1.25T
Pages:  418
 

An astute observer of history, Theodore Roosevelt was a hanging judge who did not hesitate to render harsh verdicts about leaders and events from America''s past. His razor-sharp opinions cut to the core, capturing the essence of obscure and prominent figures alike. Roosevelt''s ideas about the nation''s early days and his own times can be found sprinkled throughout his voluminous writings. Now these "pearls of thought" (as one of his book reviewers described them in 1888) have been pulled together into one volume by Daniel Ruddy, providing readers with Roosevelt''s unique view of American history from the Revolution to the beginning of the twentieth century.

What emerges from these pages reveals as much about Roosevelt as it does about the United States. This colorful compendium offers a wonderful, often unexpected view of both American history and one of the country''s most energetic, brilliant, and entertaining leaders.

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An astute observer of history, Theodore Roosevelt was a hanging judge who did not hesitate to render harsh verdicts about leaders and events from America's past. His razor-sharp opinions cut to the core, capturing the essence of obscure and prominent figures alike. Roosevelt's ideas about the nation's early days and his own times can be found sprinkled throughout his voluminous writings. Now these "pearls of thought" (as one of his book reviewers described them in 1888) have been pulled together into one volume by Daniel Ruddy, providing readers with Roosevelt's unique view of American history from the Revolution to the beginning of the twentieth century.

What emerges from these pages reveals as much about Roosevelt as it does about the United States. This colorful compendium offers a wonderful, often unexpected view of both American history and one of the country's most energetic, brilliant, and entertaining leaders.

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"Confidently in command of his subject matter, Roosevelt is a lucid and bracingly opinionated writer." - Mick Sussman 08/15/2010

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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0418
Product attributePublisher:   Harper Paperbacks
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