AirTalk for December 3, 2001

The Life and Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt

Larry Mantle talks with Pulitzer prize-winning author Edmund Morris about his new book Theodore Rex (Random House), that examines a seven and a half year period when Roosevelt took Washington by storm. During this time, Roosevelt drafted landmark antitrust legislation, liberated Cuba, determined the route of the Panama Canal, resolved the Venezuela crisis, which could have led to a war with Germany, and established his conservation policy.

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