A vigorous proponent of what he called the strenuous life, Theodore Roosevelt practiced what he preached. This 1900 collection of essays, buttressed with examples both from history and his own life, sets out the future president's philosophy of perseverance, hard work, and personal honor in the face of hardship.
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BARNES & NOBLE
March 01, 2011
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