Nonfiction > Jacob A. Riis > Theodore Roosevelt, the Citizen
Of the President I am proud with reason, but the friend I love. And if I can make you see him so, as a friend and a man, I have given you the master-key to him as statesman as well. You will never need to ask any questions.
—Chap. I. Boyhood Ideals
Jacob
Riis
Theodore Roosevelt, the Citizen
 
Jacob A. Riis
 
Biography by Roosevelt’s lifelong friend and co-worker.
 
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TO THE YOUNG MEN OF AMERICA
 
NEW YORK: THE OUTLOOK CO., 1904
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000
 
 
  1. Boyhood Ideals
  2. What He Got Out of College
  3. Early Lessons in Politics
  4. The Horse and the Gun Have Their Day
  5. The Fair Play Department
  6. In Mulberry Street
  7. The Clash of War
  8. Roosevelt and His Men
  9. Ruling by the Ten Commandments
  10. The Summons on Mount Marcy
  11. What He Is Like Himself
  12. The Despair of Politicians
  13. At Home and at Play
  14. Children Trust Him
  15. The President’s Policies
  16. A Young Men’s Hero
  17. Roosevelt as a Speaker and Writer
  18. Theodore Roosevelt’s Father
  19. The Roosevelt Chronology
  20. Books by Theodore Roosevelt


 
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