Archer, as he looked back, was not sure that men like himself WERE what his country needed, at least in the active service to which Theodore Roosevelt had pointed; in fact, there was reason to think it did not, for after a year in the State Assembly he had not been re-elected, and had dropped back thankfully into obscure if useful municipal work, and from that again to the writing of occasional articles in one of the reforming weeklies that were trying to shake the country out of its…
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Theodore Roosevelt is remembered for saying: "Speak softly but carry a big stick."
He preferred to be called Uncle Eamon, and when he strode through campus, he did so as would a beloved uncle, a first-term Teddy Roosevelt, accessible and genuine.