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Morris combines a fine command of the era's big issues with an appreciation for the daily minutiae involved in governing a nation. Less controversially inventive, but no less readable, than the Ronald Reagan biography Dutch, Theodore Rex gives readers new reason both to admire and fault an American phenomenon. --Gregory McNamee --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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The Morris trilogy is excellent. Aside from some archaic words and excess detail, it is a great series that walks through TR's life like a novel.Published 10 days ago by Rp Walters
Edmund Morris follows up “The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt” with another excellent biography, although the writing style is more workmanlike in “Theodore Rex”. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Kevin N. Hammond
I thought it was very detailed. Certain facts about his personal life could have been left out. But overall, it gave a good summary of his life.Published 19 days ago by Joe Jackson
I have not enjoyed this book as much as the previous one, but that would have been hard because that one was on of the best I have ever read. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Railman
Precisely written. Sorry it ended with TR's leaving the presidency. Wanting more!Published 1 month ago by frances w formanek