Theodore Roosevelt stands out as one of the most exceptional leaders in American history. He was a devoted husband and father, a politician, a soldier, a war hero, a journalist, an editor, a cattle rancher, a scientist, an historian, a writer, an athlete, a hunter, and a diplomat.
While his list of exploits seems imposing, it was his passionate commitment to what he believed was right and good and true that was dynamically compelling—even to those who opposed him.
In this thought-provoking look at his leadership in action, we see why he not only earned the respect and admiration of his contemporaries, but why, even today, he continues to capture our imagination.
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