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Still, if Roosevelt comes off as a flawed man, he remains a great one.
Both a biography as well as a wonderful story, Morris' Colonel Roosevelt is emotional in its story-telling as well as uncompromisingly fair to its subject.
With Colonel Roosevelt, Edmund Morris completes his excellent trilogy on the life and times of Theodore Roosevelt.
Excellent writing made this trilogy's length readable rather than daunting. This volume covered TR's activities, passions and commitments after his 2nd term as U. S. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Carole D
great reading about one of our greatest, if flawed, men. get all 3 in the seriesPublished 28 days ago by robert sherman
Fantastic finish to the trilogy. Covering the time from Roosevelt's finishing his terms as POTUS to his death. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Porter
Edmund Morris' first book on Teddy Roosevelt, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award in 1980. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kevin N. Hammond
Surprised that this volume is not more popular, it brings to life the emotional and psychological inner workings of a complicated man.Published 3 months ago by Tom Wilson
Excellent end to the trilogy. A bit shorter than the other two, but a must read as a follow-up to Morris' outstanding The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt and Theodore Rex.Published 3 months ago by Kaleb