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Carry a big stick : the uncommon heroism of Theodore Roosevelt / George Grant. [print]

By: Grant, George, 1954- [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Leaders in action seriesPublication details: Nashville, Tennessee : Cumberland House Publishing ; [(c)1996. Description: 203 pages ; 18 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781888952209; 1888952202Other title: Carry a big stickSubject(s): Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919 | Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919 | Presidents -- United States -- Biography | Presidents -- United States -- Biography | United States PresidentsGenre/Form: United States History. LOC classification: E757.C377 1996E757.G761.C377 1996COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
PennsylvaniaRT I: THE LIFE OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT A bull moose A slow start Precocious youth The Harvard dandy Fairy tale love A reformer's zeal Tragedy Go west, young man Destiny fulfilled A political quest Rough Rider A political accident TR : Rex A restless heart 1912 Years of exile Vindication.
PennsylvaniaRT II: THE CHARACTER OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT His family His father The strenuous life The great outdoors An appetite for learning Story-teller Good deeds Reformer Socialism Bully pulpit The common man Humility War and peace Science The South Humor Courage Failure Friendship A pro-life stalwart Progressive Prejudice Heroes Bull feathers Faith The Bible The church TR and FDR Sagamore Hill American spirit.
PennsylvaniaRT III: THE LEGACY OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT The Micah mandate Justice Mercy Humility Our need The lessons of leadership.
Summary: Theodore Roosevelt stands out as one of the most exceptional leaders in American history. He was a devoted husband and father, a politician, a soldier, a war hero, a journalsit, an editor, a cattle rancher, a scientist, an historian, a writer, an athlete, a hunter, and a diplomat. While the list of his exploits seems imposing, it was his passionate commitment to what he believed was right and good and true that was dynamically compelling
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PennsylvaniaRT I: THE LIFE OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT A bull moose A slow start Precocious youth The Harvard dandy Fairy tale love A reformer's zeal Tragedy Go west, young man Destiny fulfilled A political quest Rough Rider A political accident TR : Rex A restless heart 1912 Years of exile Vindication.

PennsylvaniaRT II: THE CHARACTER OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT His family His father The strenuous life The great outdoors An appetite for learning Story-teller Good deeds Reformer Socialism Bully pulpit The common man Humility War and peace Science The South Humor Courage Failure Friendship A pro-life stalwart Progressive Prejudice Heroes Bull feathers Faith The Bible The church TR and FDR Sagamore Hill American spirit.

PennsylvaniaRT III: THE LEGACY OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT The Micah mandate Justice Mercy Humility Our need The lessons of leadership.

Theodore Roosevelt stands out as one of the most exceptional leaders in American history. He was a devoted husband and father, a politician, a soldier, a war hero, a journalsit, an editor, a cattle rancher, a scientist, an historian, a writer, an athlete, a hunter, and a diplomat. While the list of his exploits seems imposing, it was his passionate commitment to what he believed was right and good and true that was dynamically compelling

George Grant is the author of more than five dozen books, serves as pastor of Parish Presbyterian Church, and is the founder of King's Meadow Study Center, the Chalmers Fund, New College Franklin, the Comenius School, and Franklin Classical School.

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