Published: New York : Library of America, c2004 Series:Library of America, Description: 895 p. : ill. ; 21 cm ISBN/ISSN: 1931082650 (alk. paper), Language: English
First work originally published: New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1899. 2nd work originally published: New York : Macmillan, 1913
The Rough Riders: Raising the regiment -- To Cuba -- General Young's fight at Las Guasimas -- The cavalry at Santiago -- In the trenches -- The return home -- Muster-out roll -- Colonel Roosevelt's report to the Secretary of War of September 10th -- The "round robin" letter -- Corrections
An autobiography: Boyhood and youth -- The vigor of life -- Practical politics -- In cowboy land -- Applied idealism -- The New York police -- The war of America the unready -- The New York governorship -- Outdoors and indoors -- The presidency; making an old party progressive -- The natural resources of the nation -- The big stick and the square deal -- Social and industrial justice -- The Monroe Doctrine and the Panama Canal -- The peace of righteousness
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