Fear God and Take Your Own Part [NOOK Book]

Overview

This book, originally published in 1916, is based primarily upon, and mainly consists of, matter contained in articles Roosevelt wrote in the Metropolitan Magazine.

The principles set forth in this book are simply the principles of true Americanism that Roosevelt practiced throughout his career. As a very young man Roosevelt took an active interest in American history and in American political life.

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Overview

This book, originally published in 1916, is based primarily upon, and mainly consists of, matter contained in articles Roosevelt wrote in the Metropolitan Magazine.

The principles set forth in this book are simply the principles of true Americanism that Roosevelt practiced throughout his career. As a very young man Roosevelt took an active interest in American history and in American political life.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940018797920
  • Publisher: New York, George H. Doran Company
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Digitized from 1916 volume
  • File size: 551 KB

Meet the Author

Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) was the 26th President of the United States. His politics led the U.S. more deeply into global affairs, and his leadership helped to found the Progressive Movement. He was also a writer, naturalist, and soldier as well as a politician. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906. He lived by his slogan, “speak softly and carry a big stick.”
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Table of Contents

Dedication v
Battle Hymn of the Republic vii
Introductory Note ix
Chapter I. Fear God and Take Your Own Part 15
Chapter II. Warlike Power--The Prerequisite for the Preservation of Social Values 59
Chapter III. Where There Is a Sword for Offence There Must Be a Sword for Defence 76
Chapter IV. America First--A Phrase or a Fact? 110
Chapter V. International Duty and Hyphenated Americanism 138
Chapter VI. Peace Insurance by Preparedness Against War 165
Chapter VII. Uncle Sam's Only Friend Is Uncle Sam 205
Chapter VIII. The Sound of Laughter and of Playing Children Has Been Stilled in Mexico 231
Chapter IX. When Is an American Not an American? 284
Chapter X. The Japanese in Korea 293
Chapter XI. The Panama Blackmail Treaty 305
Chapter XII. Conclusion 343
Appendix A. Murder on the High Seas 351
Appendix B. Americanism 357
Appendix C. Letter in Reply to a Request to Speak at a Mass Meeting on Behalf of the Armenians 377
Appendix D. Record on Preparedness 384
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