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Theodore Roosevelt
used in Killing Kennedy

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26th President of the United States; broke anti-competitive U.S. cartels, hero of the Spanish-American War; and champion of the building of the Panama Canal (1858-1919)
  • The First Lady has scoured storage rooms and the National Gallery, turning up assorted treasures such as paintings by Cezanne, Teddy Roosevelt's drinking mugs, and James Monroe's gold French flatware.
    p. 66.3
  • In fact, ever since that epic moment in 1898 when Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders charged up San Juan Hill to liberate Cuba from Spain, the Cuban-U.S. relationship was mostly peaceful, free of tension, and, in a word, easy.
    p. 46.7
  • She speaks in approving tones about Theodore Roosevelt's addition of the West Wing, which moved the offices of the president and his staff from the cramped second-floor environs of the White House residence into a far more spacious and businesslike environment.
    p. 64.9

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