The Presidency of Theodore Rooseveltby Lewis L. Gould
"Unquestionably the most authoritative account of Theodore Roosevelt's/i>
"This book deserves to be read by a large general audience trying to understand not only Roosevelt but also the development of the modern presidency. It will become the standard work on the subject."Robert Dallek, author of The American Style of Foreign Policy
"Unquestionably the most authoritative account of Theodore Roosevelt's presidency."William H. Harbaugh, author of Power and Responsibility: The Life and Times of Theodore Roosevelt and editor of The Writings of Theodore Roosevelt
Author Biography: Lewis L. Gould is Eugene C. Barker Centennial Professor Emeritus in American History at the University of Texas at Austin and author or coauthor of eighteen other books, including The Presidency of William McKinley; The Spanish-American War and President McKinley; 1968: The Election that Changed America; Lady Bird Johnson and the Environment; and Lady Bird Johnson: Our Environmental First Lady.
Meet the Author
Lewis L. Gould is the author of The Presidency of William McKinley and The William Howard Taft Presidency, among many other works. He lives in Austin, Texas.
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