New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1999, c1998.
A portrayal of the grand idealism, heroic bravery, and reckless abandon that Theodore Roosevelt both embodied and bequeathed to his children--and the tragic fulfillment of that legacy on the battlefields of World War I.
LibraryThing member moekane
This was a great read and a fascinating study of the family life of TR and his children. I enjoyed the material presenting previously unknown (or forgotten) facts (who know Alice was his daughter by his first marriage?) and found the story of his relationships with his children and his commitment to his family and largely successful parenting fascinating. The work has compelled me to further reading about TR.
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