by Charles E. Banks and Leroy Armstrong (1901)
A superb political hagiography, published during TR''s presidential election campaign (he succeeded the assassinated McKinley). Widely circulated, but now appears rarely in bibliographies related to Theodore Roosevelt.
"Believing in the Monroe Doctrine and American control of the canal at the Isthmus, in reciprocity and expansion, Mr. Roosevelt is strong, upright, honest and aggressive, and implicitly trusted by a United People."
This fine eBook faithfully preserves the original 1901 edition, including its 26 illustrations. Colorfully presented in portrait orientation, the book is fully-searchable and fully printable. (1.84Kb, 185pp, 26 illustr)