posted on Sep, 10 2010 @ 08:20 PM
reply to post by Romantic_Rebel
To answer that, these wonderful notes that you have mentioned are fitting for the times. Teddy Roosevelt was
an incredibly intelligent human being. Like us all , he was imperfect and made some questionable decisions.
In the long run, I would say that most valuable would be the results for the future history of the nation and world
at large. Do the scales of blind justice balance? Did more of the decisions he made benefit the people?
In my humble opinion, he was The Most Democratic Republican in the last American Century.
I read an Incredible biography about some of his years in office. I cant remember the title now, but I will
recall it and U2U the Title. I read a lot of books(threw my TV in a dumpster), and this is one of the better
ones. Maybe you have already enjoyed it?
All the same, thanks for the reply. Starred and added as friend.