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The popularity of Teddy Roosevelt has only increased in the more than a century that passed since his term as president of the United States. This incredible first person account of his life and philosophies provides a remarkably revealing look at what made this timeless individual tick - and perhaps, into what made his impact on modern culture so profound and enduring.

©2018 James Barnes (P)2020 James Barnes

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  • 30-07-20

An amazing man gives his version of his life

OK, so I really admire the man who cleaned up the NYPD and was an admirable Trustbuster but an audiobook with a runtime of over 23 hours? YES. I had not read an autobiography before, only the interpretive sort of third party research, so this was a real treat. No point in summarizing his life as he does a decent job of it and the narrator seems perfect for the task as he brings it to life with a pleasant voice and interpretation and really made the splitting up the read into manageable segments an easy task.

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