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Do We Need Another Teddy Roosevelt?

Theodore Rex by Edmund Morris

Theodore Rex by Edmund Morris

On September 14, 1901 at 2:15 a.m.President William McKinley took his last breath and became the second President since Lincoln to die from an assassin’s bullet. To the horror of many New York politicians, Theodore Roosevelt, the former activist governor of New York who had been shuffled into the vice-presidency to keep him from further meddling in New York politics, became President.

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