Doris Kearns Goodwin, The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, And The Golden Age Of Journalism Quotes
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I read them (articles TR wrote on his honeymoon) all over to Edith and her corrections and help were most valuable to me.
Of Teddy Roosevelt and his siblings, the author writes they were, "armed with an innate curiosity and discipline fostered by his remarkable father.
He (William Howard Taft) had little patience with the unconscious arrogance of conscious wealth and financial success.
One journalist complemented another that his article on a dispute, "had made both sides see themselves as they are.
People will love him (Theodore Roosevelt) for the enemies he has made.
According to his habit, Theodore Roosevelt sought to harness anxiety through action.
Go ahead, and fear not. You will have a full library at your service.
She was never satisfied with anything less than perfection, but she was no grind. She was too interested in people.
The Yale graduate who had refused to read outside the course curriculum (the future Pres. Taft) suddenly found himself inspired.
If he (Teddy Roosevelt) lacked Will Taft's immediate charisma, gradually his classmates could not resist the spell of his highly original personality.
(Theodore) Roosevelt confessed early fascination with "girls'stories" such as Little Man and Little Women and An Old-Fashioned Girl.
Edith (the future Mrs. Teddy Roosevelt) developed a lifelong devotion to drama and poetry. "I have gone back to Shakespeare, as I always do, " she would write seven decades later.
As ever, books remained a medium through which Theodore and Edith connected and interpreted larger world.
Theodore Roosevelt's father wrote him, "I fear for your future. We cannot stand so corrupt a government for any great length of time.