New York: Theodore Roosevelt Assoc. 1958. pocket paperbk, 184, wraps, illus., reading list, chronology, some wear to covers, small spine tear, stamp on front cover, some darkening to text marginal ink underlining on title page. This book was published for the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission. It contains a biographical sketch by Hermann Hagedorn, together with selections from Roosevelt's writings and speeches, views of his contemporaries (including Ralph Bunche, Elihu Root, Booth Tarkington, and Leonard Wood), and cartoons of the period.
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New York: Simon and Schuster, 1980. First Printing. 296, notes, bibliography, index, insect damage to a few pgs, foxing & stamp to fore-edge, DJ somewhat soiled & worn: small tears The author argues that the institution of the presidency no longer works, and that it has not worked since the incumbency of Franklin D. Roosevelt. On page 52 he asserts that the modern presidency was in part the product of the Spanish-American War and the sudden plunge of the United States into imperial adventures.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1964. 502, notes, bibliography, index, marginal pencil underlining on a few pgs, lib stamps, due slip, & pocket, DJ in plastic sleeve tape stains inside flyleaves, rear DJ soiled, library call number on DJ spine. The rise of the independent foreign correspondent in the Western world. There are many references to the Spanish-American War.