This is a collection of anecdotes about the President, grouped in seven “worlds”: The World of Action. The World of the Family. And so on. They are often pretty funny or amazing, although sometimes Wagenknecht or the people he quotes are a little too fawning. But for someone just getting started on the Theodore Roosevelt thing, I would recommend this book and then Edmund Morris’s The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt.
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