Teddy Roosevelt: The Rough Rider In The White House
There had never been a President like him. He was only forty-two years old when his predecessor William McKinley was assassinated, the youngest age ever for the chief executive.
How did Roosevelt's personality and actions change the way presidents were able to accomplish goals for the country?
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