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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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Amazing book about an amazing man...I had to stop and remind myself that what I was reading really happened.Published 10 days ago by jhl
It is amazing what he accomplished during seven plus years in the White House. So much of it that we are not aware of. This is a long book but it is a must read..Published 10 days ago by James E. Gathings
My husband loves history. I purchased all 3 Roosevelt books, a trilogy, for him as a Christmas gift. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lizzie
Well done. Reads like a novel. Perfect follow-on to his earlier book pre-presidency.Published 1 month ago by Black & Gold
As a reader of multiple TR biographies I still found some new information or insight. I would particularly recommend this for someone seeking a "first" TR biography.Published 1 month ago by Charlie Foxtrot
This is the second of the three-volume biography of Theodore Roosevelt by Edmond Morris. It is an excellent book, which covers TR’s terms as President of the US. Read morePublished 1 month ago by George F.