Released for Publication: Some inside Political History of Theodore Roosevelt and His Times, 1898-1918

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Released for Publication
SOME INSIDE POLITICAL HISTORY OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT AND HIS TIMES 1898-1918

BY OSCAR KING DAVIS

Formerly Washington Correspondent of the New York Times and Secretary of the Progressive National Committee

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS

BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY The Riverside Press Cambridge 1925

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • By Way of Explanation v
  • Illustrations vii
  • I 1
  • II 6
  • III 13
  • IV 20
  • V 25
  • VI 28
  • VII 34
  • VIII 39
  • IX 42
  • X 45
  • XI 51
  • XII 56
  • XIII 60
  • XIV 64
  • XV 69
  • XVI 73
  • XVII 81
  • XVIII 86
  • XIX 93
  • XX 98
  • XXI 102
  • XXII 107
  • XXIII 113
  • XXIV 120
  • XXV 125
  • XXVI 128
  • XXVII 135
  • XXVIII 141
  • XXIX 145
  • XXX 150
  • XXXI 159
  • XXXII 167
  • XXXIII 173
  • XXXIV 180
  • XXXV 186
  • XXXVI 191
  • XXXVII 197
  • XXXVIII 202
  • XXXIX 207
  • XL 213
  • XLI 220
  • XLII 223
  • XLIII 227
  • XLIV 231
  • XLV 234
  • XLVI 237
  • XLVII 244
  • XLVIII 248
  • XLIX 253
  • L 261
  • LI 267
  • LII 274
  • LIII 279
  • LIV 286
  • LV 292
  • LVI 297
  • LVII 302
  • LVIII 311
  • LIX 314
  • LXI 327
  • LXII 337
  • LXIII 342
  • LXIV 345
  • LXV 349
  • LXVI 352
  • LXVII 359
  • LXVIII 365
  • LXIX 371
  • LXX 377
  • LXXI 381
  • LXXII 387
  • LXXIII 393
  • LXXIV 399
  • LXXV 405
  • LXXVI 409
  • LXXVII 417
  • LXXVIII 422
  • LXXIX 427
  • LXXX 431
  • LXXXI 436
  • LXXXII 441
  • LXXXIII 445
  • LXXXIV 448
  • LMCXV 455
  • LXXXVI 458
  • Index 463
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