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Posted May 5, 2012
the cheap version does not let you make notes of hi-lite.
T. Roosevelt was one of our greatest Presidents, though he is not commonly acknowledged as being as important as he was. His insights into life and character and the struggle between "capital" and "labor" are poignant. Some of his digressions are tedious, but generally a good read with many quotable sections.
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