Theodore Roosevelt and His Time Shown in His Own Letters - Vol. 1

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CONTENTS
VOL. I.
PAGE
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER
I. ANCESTRY, CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH1
II. LEGISLATURE--FIRST TERM6
III. LEGISLATURE--SECOND TERM17
IV. LEGISLATURE--THIRD TERM24
V. FIRST APPEARANCE IN NATIONAL POLITICS. MR. BLAINE'S CANDIDACY33
Vl. LITERARY LABORS--TILT WITH JEFFERSON DAVIS --CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR39
VII. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONER43
VIII. POLICE COMMISSIONER58
IX. ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY70
X. THE WAR WITH SPAIN92
XI. GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK--FIRST YEAR109
XII. GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK--SECOND YEAR128
XIII. NOMINATED AND ELECTED VICE PRESIDENT134
XIV. PRESIDENT--EARLY DECLARATIONS OF POLICY148
XV. THE BOOKER WASHINGTON INCIDENT165
XVI. CONTROVERSIES WITH GENERAL MILES171
XVII. THE NORTHERN SECURITIES SUIT182
XVIII. INCIDENTS OF A BUSY YEAR188
XIX. COAL STRIKE SETTLEMENT198
XX. THE KAISER AND VENEZUELA221
XXI. POPULAR APPROVAL--VIEWS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS230
XXII. FOR PRESIDENT IN 1904--FUTILE OPPOSITION-- HIS OWN ATTITUDE243
XXIII. NOTABLE SENTMENTS IN SPEECHES AND LETTERS-- ALASKA BOUNDARY--WIDE RANGE OF READING256

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