5 edition of The Roosevelt presidency found in the catalog.
The Roosevelt presidency
|Statement||edited by Kenneth W. Thompson.|
|Series||Portraits of American presidents ;, v. 1|
|Contributions||Thompson, Kenneth W., 1921-|
|LC Classifications||E176.1 .P83 1982 vol. 1, E807 .P83 1982 vol. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 85 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
|ISBN 10||0819128279, 0819128287|
|LC Control Number||82017479|
Here’s every U.S. president and their preferred read. Served: Book: Cato, a Tragedy by Joseph Addison Many might cite George Washington’s book containing over “rules of. At Roosevelt became the youngest man to assume the U.S. presidency after President William McKinley was assassinated in He won a second term in He won a second term in Born:
Even when he was the President of the United States, Roosevelt would read a book before breakfast and after a long day of being the God-damn President, he’d read a few more. Which sounds almost ridiculous, because, surely no one can read that fast, right? Even if you turned the pages by punching them. The American Presidents Series strives to present the grand panorama of our chief executives in volumes compact enough for the busy reader, lucid enough for .
It was the trial of the century. Or so it seemed in April , when ex-President Teddy Roosevelt and one-time New York Republican Party boss William Barnes squared off in a . Roosevelt described the Amazon adventure as his “last chance to be a boy,” but it was also something of a consolation prize. He had hoped to begin serving a third term as president in
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First published inThe Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt has won acclaim as a lucid and thorough narrative of Roosevelt's two terms in the White House. Reviewers praised the depth of Lewis L. Gould's research, his comprehensive coverage of major aspects of Roosevelt's tenure, and the persuasiveness of his conclusions about his subject's personalized by: His book will join a very short list of essential studies of the modern presidency, the men who shaped the office, and American life in the more than the hundred years since Teddy Roosevelt entered the White House.
The book is a compelling refutation of the argument that the 'imperial presidency' has become an 'imperiled' by: 2. And so, President Theodore Roosevelt is a prototype for Barack Obama.
It makes this book a guide to the next four years, perhaps a forecast for the next century. The popular image of Roosevelt is a Rough Rider vigorously charging up San Juan Hill like a Bull Moose -- /5(32).
Concise and refreshingly balanced, The Presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt portrays FDR as an unexpected proponent of decentralization, whose achievements were mixed: while the New Deal lifted the nation, its programs did as much to increase competition for special advantage as they did to encourage cooperation for the general welfare, while his wartime diplomacy ultimately failed to prevent the Cold War.
The book contributes significantly to ongoing assessments of his presidential Cited by: The book investigates the many facets of Roosevelt's politics and personality that inspired a nation to believe that the presidency had been reborn.
This account tells the story of Roosevelt's uniquely open relationship with the press, a sea change from previous presidential protocol, prompting one editor to proclaim that "for box office attraction you leave Clark Gable gasping for breath."Cited by: The Roosevelts is a brilliant and controversial account of twentieth-century American political culture as seen through the lens of its preeminent political dynasty.
Peter Collier shows how Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt, along with their descendants, scrambled to define /5. Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32nd president of the United States (–45). The only president elected to the office four times, he led the U.S.
through the Great Depression and World War II. He greatly expanded the powers of the federal government through a. About the book: The Presidents is a collection of brief stories from the lives of the 44 American presidents, each transcribed from one of C-SPAN's interviews.
These accounts vary as much as the. Read this book on Questia. Underscoring professional and educational issues pertinent to higher learning at universities across the country, Theodore L.
Gross's memoir of his years in academia chronicles his successful fourteen-year presidency at Chicago's Roosevelt University, a period of leadership that resulted in an upsurge of fund-raising, sharp increases in enrollment and endowment.
MURDER AT THE PRESIDENT'S DOOR is book 20 in the series and as usual is a great mystery. It's and President Roosevelt is still new to the office when the body of a White House policeman is found in front of his bedroom door/5.
Lewis Gould's volume on Roosevelt's presidency attempts to cram a lot of material into less than pages of text. He succeeds in presenting a comprehensive survey of the "Republican Roosevelt /5.
Nicholas Roosevelt (–), American diplomat and journalist Cornelius Roosevelt (–), m. Anais Julia Carmencita Piorkque (–), m. Anastacia Anderpoll Andre Roosevelt (–), film director, m.
Adelheid Lange (–), sculptress Hilda Roosevelt Current region: New York and New England. All Book Search results » About the author () Lewis L. Gould taught American History at the University of Texas at Austin for more than thirty years and is now a Fellow at the University's Center for American History.
The Library of Congress lists more than 7, books on American presidents, but according to one librarian, there may be a quarter of a million more not in the library’s : Allen Barra. Theodore Roosevelt, bynames Teddy Roosevelt and TR, (born OctoNew York, New York, U.S.—died January 6,Oyster Bay, New York), 26th president of the United States (–09) and a writer, naturalist, and soldier.
He expanded the powers of the presidency and of the federal government in support of the public interest in conflicts between big business and labour.
The first part of Edmund Morris’s acclaimed biographical trilogy covering the life of Theodore Roosevelt focuses on the years before he became President — taking TR from to It’s also one of the most acclaimed biographies in recent memory, winning both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award.
Theodore Roosevelt Jr. (/ ˈ r oʊ z ə v ɛ l t / ROH-zə-velt; Octo – January 6, ), often referred to as Teddy Roosevelt or his initials T.R., was an American statesman, politician, conservationist, naturalist, and writer who served as the 26th president of the United States from to He served as the 25th vice president from March to September and as the 33rd Preceded by: William McKinley.
Historian John Morton Blum's book, The Republican Roosevelt, advanced the thesis that Roosevelt had been the first truly modern president, and many historians have argued that Roosevelt's presidency served as a model to subsequent t: See list.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT: “The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt,” by Edmund Morris It was this Pulitzer Prize-winning book that inspired Ronald Reagan to. Theodore Roosevelt wrote 37 books and Wil “depending on how you count,” Fehrman offers in calculating the output of each man.
Most presidents’ books. The Dying President: Franklin D. Roosevelt, is a book by historian Robert Hugh Ferrell about the cardiovascular illness which Roosevelt suffered during the last year of his life and : Robert H.
Ferrell.InRoosevelt also published his first book, A History of the Naval War ofwhich was an instant success. Roosevelt served three year-long terms as a New York legislator. On FebruRoosevelt's first child, baby Alice, was born.Franklin D.
Roosevelt and his New Deal led the nation through the Great Depression. Elected to four terms, his presidency helped ensure victory in World War :