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Famous Children's Book Author Theodor Suess Geisel - Theodor Suess Geisel, also known as Dr. Suess, was born in Springfield, Massachusetts in March of 1904. Suess was his mothers name, where his pen name Dr. Suess came from, and “Dr.” came from his fathers unfulfilled hopes that Theodor would some day have his doctorate. Dr. Suess was a famous American writer and cartoonist best known for his children’s books. Author of 46 books started off his career with a book called And to Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street. In 1936 Suess sailed to Europe and the rhythm of this children’s book was influenced by the ships engine....   [tags: Theodor Suess Geisel, Dr. Suess, ] 566 words
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Theodor Herzl: Father of Zionism? - Theodor Herzl: Father of Zionism. Theodor Herzl is often referred to today as the Father of Zionism, a man known for his role in the establishment of a homeland for the Jewish people. His most famous pamphlet, The Jewish State, inspired thousands of Jewish men and women from across the world, although particularly in Europe, to leave their homes to realize the glory of creating their own homeland in Palestine. While Herzl was originally a believer in the gradual assimilation of German and Austrian Jews into the European cultural world, the growing anti-Semitism within Europe led him to believe that the only solution to Jewish ostracism was the creation of a separate state for Jews in Palesti...   [tags: Theodor Herzl Essays]
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Theodor Mommsen: Prince of Scholars - Theodor Mommsen’s (1817-1903) influence on generations of scholars is both uncanny and profound. During the course of his life, Mommsen published over 1,500 works, many of which are considered the bedrock of entire fields of study. Although much of Mommsen’s work has been superseded by subsequent scholars, Mommsen laid the foundation for all modern scholarship in Roman history and Roman law. Among the great scholars of the 19th century, Mommsen is perhaps the most influential of them all. Mommsen was born in Schleswig, the son of a Lutheran pastor....   [tags: modern scholarship, roma]
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Minima Moralia by Theodor Adorno - In chapter 2 of the Minima Moralia, Theodor Adorno talks about the disintegrating family unit, the loss of the partitioning between the public and private life. However, there seem to be contradictions, or perhaps entanglements created by virtue of these 2 chapters inhabiting the same text. This essay will attempt to disentangle some of these ideas in a “ludicrous quid pro quo fashion” (Adorno, 1), whilst drawing some assistance from other areas, such as chapter 3, as well. And in doing so, will unravel Adorno’s ideas that violence is inescapable, that certain antagonistic dialectics are necessary, and that not all conflict is bad conflict, thereby ultimately evoking the idea that there is s...   [tags: desintegrating family, malformations]
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Theodor Geisel - THESIS Theodor Geisel’s political activism during World War II, especially in the form of his political cartoons, heavily influenced his work as a children’s author, and impacted the messages of Horton Hears a Who and Yertle the Turtle. INTRODUCTION Dr. Seuss is known for his phenomenal creatures, invented words, and rhymes that surpassed absurdity and became something beautiful. Before that, though, Theodor Geisel was nationally noted for his political cartoons during World War II that enticed the mind to do more than think, but to ask questions and crave knowledge and justice....   [tags: Literary Analysis, Dr. Seuss] 2517 words
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Theodor Herzl - Theodor Herzl is notably credited with being the father of modern day Zionism, an ideology that ultimately led to the establishment of a national homeland for Jews in Palestine. The concept of a national homeland for the Jewish people was by no means a new idea conceived in Herzl’s time, in fact the idea of return to Zion is predated to biblical times. For over two millennia the Jewish people had persevered through an overwhelming amount of adversity, bouncing from one catastrophic disturbance to the next....   [tags: zionism, ideology, jewish, commitment, politics]
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Political Zionism and Theodor Herzl Influence - Zionism is a political organization that dated back in the Jewish and Judaism history; however, after 1897, Theodor Herzl is said to have redefined it the political Zionism, hence he is referred by historians as the father of political Zionism. From 1870 to 1897, the Hovevei Zion are said to have created the original 20 Jewish settlement in Palestine. Prior to the incident of the Holocaust, political Zionism main objective was to create a Jewish National Home along with a cultural center within Palestine, this was to assist in Jewish Migration; however, following the Holocaust, it changed its goals into formation of a Jewish State, with this objective being realized through the formation of...   [tags: jews national home, zionism ideology, israel]
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Theodor Seuss Geisel's Life and Achievements - Theodor Seuss Geisel was a poet, teacher, and an activist. He is better known as Dr. Seuss. He is loved around the world by children and adults alike for the children’s books he has written. Geisel was able to use the power of imagination to create over 40 unforgettable, colorful, and unique animated children’s books that has helped to solve illiteracy in American children. Dr. Seuss was born to Theodor Robert Geisel and Henrietta Seuss Geisel on March 2, 1904, in Springfield, Massachusetts. He was part of a German family that took pride in their heritage....   [tags: dr. seuss, seuss, thing 1] 833 words
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Theodor Seuss Geisel: Dr. Seuss - Dr. Seuss Throughout Dr. Seuss’s life, he has written dozens of books with over one hundred million copies sold, and still being produced to this day. Theodor Seuss Geisel is a well-known author that had many inspirations for his works that are still read by millions today, such as Yertle the Turtle, The Sneeches, How the Grinch Stole Christmas. His inevitable fame and fortune came with a lot of pressure; pressure of his readers as well as pressure of his producers. Dr. Seuss was born in Springfield, MA on March 2, 1904 as Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr....   [tags: popular children's books author]
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Theodor Seuss Geisel: Dr. Seuss - “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not.”(Dr. Seuss, the Lorax) The childhood of thousands of adults and children alike were all made memorable because of one man. Theodor Seuss Geisel. His use of words and depictions, although with hidden messages, of daily life has molded the imagination of every child. On March second 1904 a baby boy was born to a Theodor Robert Geisel and Henrietta Seuss Geisel, on Howard Street, Springfield, Massachusetts (Cat in the Hat.org)....   [tags: children's literature, education]
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Theodor Herzl's The Jewish State - Theodor Herzl's The Jewish State In 1896 a Jewish man by the name of Theodor Herzl published a book called the “The Jewish State”. This book became highly regarded by the Jews. The historical events that surround this book have greatly contributed to the publication of “The Jewish State”....   [tags: Papers] 1062 words
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Theodor Seuss Geiser aka Dr. Seuss - Theodor Seuss Geisel or better known as Dr. Seuss is a very popular children’s book author. He is one of my top favorite authors of children books. Dr. Seuss got many of his crazy ideas for his books from his hometown . His hometown was Springfield, Massachusetts. His mother was his inspiration for making rhymes. One reason I really think he’s an extraordinary author is he incorporated some of the world’s great issues and put in them in a children’s story book. For example in one of his famous books the “Lorax” recognizes the take on environmentalism and how humans are destroying nature....   [tags: Children's Books, Author, Biography]
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Culture is a Mean of Social Control: Theodor Adorno - ... The chapter discusses the culture emerged from capitalist societies, and more specifically this industry. Thus, this culture is viewed as a part of the enlightenment which is let down by instrumental logic that takes over ordinary social life. Adorno and Horkheimer define culture industry to be the main result of modern or late capitalism. Culture industry is one which includes all products and forms of delicate entertainment – referring to Hollywood films, for example, or elevator music etc....   [tags: karl marx, economic determinism] 1013 words
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Theodor Seuss Geisel's Expertise: Dr. Seuss - Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, is the American author of many popular children’s books. As an author, poet, cartoonist, and political activist, Geisel is considered to be extraordinary in the world of children’s writings. Born in 1904, on Howard Street in Springfield, Massachusetts is where he developed the aspiration to create such whimsical rhymes. Through the gift of his compelling imagination and amusing language, Dr. Seuss encourages young children to relish and enjoy reading at a young age....   [tags: biography, children's book]
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Helen and Theodor Geisel and Global Fascism and American Isolationism - ... During the trip, bad weather caused the boat’s engines to roar to a certain beat. This beat inspired the rhythm that Geisel, under the name Dr. Seuss, would build his first book, “And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street”, around. Back in the States, Geisel sent the book to 27 publishing companies before Vanguard Press finally accepted it, due to the help of Geisel’s colleague from college (Levine, 15). After the book was finally published, it was critically acclaimed. One review praised Geisel immensely, saying “They say it’s for children, but better get a copy for yourself and marvel at Dr....   [tags: world war II, Yertle The Turtle] 1187 words
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Analysis of Competition and Happiness by Theodor Isaac Rubin - ... On top of that, passing all our classes with a C or higher can be a competition for students as well. Last quarter, I was really stressed out for my Macroeconomic class. I thought I was going to fail that class because I found the material difficult and the class itself challenging. On the other hand, my friend who also took that class with me thought it was easy and did very well. I was really stressed out because I worked very hard, but it did not reflect in my course grade. This shows that anything around us can be a competition, which makes things more challenging....   [tags: Stress, Challenging]
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Theodor Herzl vs Rabbi Abraham Isaac Hacohen Kook - Theodor Herzl is known as the father of political Zionism. Zionism is a belief that Jews should have a homeland in what is now Israel. Herzl was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1860. When he was eighteen, he and his family moved to Vienna, Austria. In 1884, Herzl received a doctorate of law from the University of Vienna. However, he did not stick with law and became a correspondent for the Vienna newspaper Neue Freie Presse (New Free Press). In 1894, Captain Alfred Dreyfus was accused of treason just because he was Jewish....   [tags: Zionism, Jews, religion, Israel, beliefs]
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Historical Illustrator Biography – Theodor Seuss Geisel and Garth Williams - Illustrator Biography – Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) Theodor Seuss Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss) was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on March 2, 1904. His father worked in the family brewery, Kuhlmbach & Geisel, which locals pronounced, "come back and guzzle” until prohibition. His mother’s maiden name was Seuss. She was the daughter of a baker in Springfield. Seuss had an older sister named Marnie (Kibler, 1987). His mother, Henrietta Seuss Geisel, according to Ted, often chanted rhymes from her youth to soothe Marnie and him to sleep....   [tags: Art]
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Culture in Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer’s Book Dialectic of Enlightenment - ... The content is therefore presented in a fashion so that it will appeal to the largest portion of the viewing public “The more meaningless the latter appears under monopoly, the more omnipotent culture becomes.” Adorno makes the argument that in order to achieve this level of attractiveness, mass media blends forms of high and low culture blurring the boundaries between the two. The “masses” are perceived by the culture industry as passive influential subjects of calculation. The consumer is under the illusion that media is adapted to their needs; while in fact the culture industry produces this sentiment in order to strengthen its influence....   [tags: conflict, media, mass consumption] 596 words
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In Search of Wagner by Theodor W. Adorno - ... For example when he describes the different types of listeners, he equates certain genres such as jazz with a lower social status or lower musical intelligence. From a purely theoretical advantage, this can lead Adorno to make inaccurate and sweeping interpretations of the music he analyses. Adorno opens “his search” for Wagner with an analysis of Wagner as a social character. Wagner, who came from the "Bohemian milieu of dilettantish artists," begs for sympathy and for money (Adorno, Search, 15)....   [tags: fascism and anti-Semitism] 1088 words
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Sneetches Allegory - The Sneetches is a children’s book written by Theodor Seuss Geisel, Dr. Seuss, in 1961. The story tells about a group of creatures that seem to be the same in appearance. All of the creatures are yellow, shaped similar to a large bowling pin and basically identical. There is one difference that separates the Sneetches, some have a green star on their bellies and some do not. This small physical difference ends up dividing the community of Sneetches. The group of Sneetches with star-bellies thinks they are better than the group with plain bellies....   [tags: Theodor Seuss Geisel, children, inequality]
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Theodore Roosevelt's Shaping of America - Theodor Roosevelt, our 26th president, was a gruff politician who had a huge impact on America. He is known for his accomplishments in the political, social, and business world during the Progressive Era. His accomplishments helped shape America, and because of this influence, he is one of the faces found on Mount Rushmore. Theodor Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858, in New York, New York. As a child he was frail and timid, and as a result, most of his education was through tutors in his home before he went to college....   [tags: Theodore Roosevelt, USA, history,] 1075 words
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Ishi, The Last of His Tribe by Theodora Kroeber - Ishi, the Last of His Tribe by Theodora Kroeber Chapter 1      This book begins when it's main character Ishi is just thirteen years of age. He is one of the remaining Yahi Indians in the world. The people in his tribe now living are Ishi, grandfather and grandmother, Tushi, Timawi, his mother and his father. They have been hiding from the Saldu, white men as the Yahi called them. This chapter had much to do with the Harvest Season. We know this season as autumn. They had to hunt and forage for many items to survive through the winter....   [tags: Theodora Kroeber Ishi Last Tribe Essays] 1608 words
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The Protagonist in Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser - The picture of the protagonist that Theodore Dreiser’s novel, Sister Carrie, portrays is only a half-truth. By examining Sister Carrie’s character, she is readily deemed as passive, weak, and full of superficial desires and yet in this profoundly inert nature lies the seed for the greater expression of an artistic soul. However, this realization is only drawn out by Ames’s archetypically scholarly eyes (the intelligent but withdrawn engineer); bringing forth the powerful and intimate beauty that Carrie possesses, which without a photograph, the reader would forever remain blind to....   [tags: Theodore Dreiser]
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Theodore Roosevelt and His Contributions to the World - Theodore Roosevelt was a man that made great contributions to this world. He was born on October 27, 1858 in New York City. He was given the nickname Teddy by his family. His parents were Theodore and Martha Bulloch Roosevelt and he had three brothers and sisters. Their names were Anna, Elliot, and Corinne and they all had nicknames just like Teddy Roosevelt. In 1865 he watched Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession from his grandfather’s house. He attended Harvard College and graduated in 1880. His father died of stomach cancer before Teddy Roosevelt could graduate from college....   [tags: Theodore Roosevelt, presidents, USA, ] 779 words
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The Career, Persona, and Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt - Theodore Roosevelt was one of the most influential people in the early 20th century. His leadership style, his reforms, and his personality shaped an America that was rapidly becoming a world power. Theodore Roosevelt is admirably remembered for his energetic persona, his range of interests and achievements, his leadership of the Progressive Movement, his model of masculinity and his “cowboy” image (). He was a leader of the Republican Party and founder of the short-lived Progressive Party of 1912 ()....   [tags: presidents, Theodore Roosevelt, history, USA, ] 696 words
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The Storm by Theodore Roethke - The Storm by Theodore Roethke      The descriptive poem written by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Theodore Roethke, deals with an aggressive storm and all its effects on the environment: the surrounding nature and the people experiencing it. The storm is described in a disorganized manner to highlight the big chaos the storm causes. Nature is precisely illustrated, because it reacts on the storm and thus is an important factor for the description of the storm. The people simply give an extra dimension to the poem, and the theme of men versus nature in the form of a storm....   [tags: Storm Poem Theodore Roethke Essays] 1315 words
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Theodore Roethke's Root Cellar - Theodore Roethke's "Root Cellar"      Theodore Roethke was raised in Michigan, where cities and towns are woven with lakes, streams, and rivers. This atmosphere gave Roethke a “mystical reverence for nature,” (McMichael, 1615) and allowed him to take a grotesque image and transform it into natural magnificence. A great example of this is Roethke’s poem “Root Cellar.” The poem describes a cellar, which most people would consider to be a death-baring, cold place. Instead, Roethke gives the dungeon life and enchantment....   [tags: Root Cellar Theodore Roethke Essays] 710 words
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Theodoro Boone: Kid Lawyer, by John Grisham - In the novel Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer by John Grisham, the reader is introduced to Theodore Boone, a kid in body but a lawyer at heart. Theo does not play sports, nor does he have a very active social life, instead he tutors underprivileged children and provides (to the best of his own knowledge) advise to others who do not have anybody else to turn to. The novel Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer centres around a high-profile murder case between the Strattenburg Districts Attorney’s Office who is representing Mara Duffy versus her husband Pete Duffy....   [tags: Book Review, Courtroom Vernacular]
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The Empress Theodora and Justinian - The Empress Theodora and Justinian The birth of an eastern circus woman attracted no attention at all in mid-millennium year 500. No one could ever imagine that this baby would grow up to be one of the most remarkable women in history of the World. She was the daughter of the bear keeper, a public performer,wife of Justinian, Empress of the Byzantine Empire and a natural beauty whose name became the one name in the voluminous annals of the Byzantine empire known to almost everyone; Theodora. Once the former show girl settled down to respectable married life, she touched every branch of life in the Empire....   [tags: World History] 3714 words
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Theodore Herzl and the Creation of the Jewish State - Theodore Herzl and the Creation of the Jewish State Theodor Herzl was certainly not the first Jew to dream of Zion, but he nevertheless put the wheels in motion (Zionism 1). Zionism is the name given to the political and ideological creation of a Jewish national state. The rise of the Zionist movement in the late 19th century culminated in the creation of this state in Palestine in 1948. Herzl was born of well to do middle-class parents. He first studied in a scientific secondary school, but to escape from its anti-Semitic atmosphere he transferred in 1875 to a school where most of the students were Jews....   [tags: Papers] 698 words
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Analysis of My Papa's Waltz by Theodore Rothke - Analysis of My Papa's Waltz by Theodore Rothke My Papa's Waltz is by Theodore Rothke it is about a childhood memory written later in his lifetime. Theodore Rothke's dad was an alcoholic drunk. Theodore Rothke went through a period where he was depressed and mentally unstable. Theodore Rothke was fascinated by the nature of the world; many of his poems were about this subject. Some people who read My Papa&'s Waltz come to the conclusion that it is about a drunken abusive father. However, I think when he was writing this he was reminiscing about a good childhood memory from when he was around seven years old....   [tags: My Papa's Waltz Theodore Rothke Essays]
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Understanding of Intersubjectivity and Life in Theodors Celm's Philosophical Works - Understanding of Intersubjectivity and Life in Theodors Celm's Philosophical Works ABSTRACT: Theodors Celms (1893-1989), a prominent Latvian philosopher, was one of Husserl's best students. Intersubjectivity was an important theme in the "psychological" reading of phenomenology when Celm turned to the problem of the transcendental "I" and to a living-rather than logically defined-subject. Celms concluded that Husserl's phenomenology could not address the question of intersubjectivity because in the course of its development it merely substituted pluralistic solipsism for monistic solipsism....   [tags: Philosophy Philosophical Essays] 2855 words
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Dr. Seuss - Theodore Seuss Geisel was not born Dr. Seuss. Dr. Seuss was just a hope, a dream, maybe even an illusion. Ted hoped to become a children's icon. He wanted to write books about the mysteries that elope in the child's mind. Ever since he was a kid, Ted wanted to grow up to write books. During his lifetime he also faced struggles like being looked down upon and told he would never be successful, being bullied because of his heritage, being humiliated by the former 26th president Teddy Roosevelt, and becoming a full on laughing stock at Dartmouth as well as Oxford University....   [tags: Theodore Seuss Geisel] 1164 words
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Justinian and The Byzantine Empire - Justinian was one of the most influential rulers of Byzantium. When he came into power in 527 AD, he inherited a civilization in disarray. Justinian had a positive impact on the Byzantine Empire. Most notably, he introduced an improved set of laws and conquered many surrounding nations, nearly restoring the former glory of the Roman Empire. In addition to these contributions, Justinian also made advances with the Christian Church and Byzantine architecture. Justinian was born on May 11, 483 AD in northern Illyricum (Hillard 1)....   [tags: theodora, christian, church]
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Theodore Roosevelt, an Brief Biography - “It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed” this is a quote that describes the path Theodore took to lead his life. Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States. He was the youngest president in the U.S history, he was almost 43 years old. Theodore Roosevelt came from a wealthy family, and had bad health. President Theodore Roosevelt’s hard life led him to became a great president. Theodore was born on October 27. 1858 in New York City on 28 East 20th Street....   [tags: President, Law, Politics] 896 words
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Theodore Roosevelt: A Pioneer for the Environment - I have always been fond of the West African proverb: “Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.” Theodore Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt, the first Cowboy environmentalist. A man who would inspire generations of outdoorsmen to protect their local and national wilderness for their own children, so that they might one day hunt, fish, and hike those the same hillsides. Roosevelt was born in 1858 into a wealthy family with good connections in New York City. Since Theodore was a sickly kid, he spent a great part of his childhood on his own, collecting small wildlife specimens....   [tags: Green Movement]
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Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Era - Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in the early 1900s. The turn of the century left Americans feeling more optimistic about life (Woog 4). People were honest and kind (Woog 5). The 1900s can be remembered as a happy time, but also a time of hardship for some Americans (Woog 5). Theodore Roosevelt, President 1901-1910, guided America in a way in which he created laws to help the social and economic problems of the time as well as improving politics by being a strong leader and recognizing the true needs of the country....   [tags: the Panama Canal, National Parks]
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In a Dark Time by Theodore Roethke - ... In the documentary “IN A DARK TIME” shot by himself that was gathered by Public Resource ,Roethick states “adolescences is particularly an interlude time, a time of being blurred or fuzzy or uncertain about what’s going on…”. The Theodre Roethcke foundation have a brief look into his child hood “Theodore worked in the greenhouses with his father and his childhood experiences with the family’s Saginaw floral company inspired many of his poems”. His closeness to nature as a child is reflected throughtout this poem in sections such as “A night flowing with birds, a ragged moon, And in broad day the midnight come again!”....   [tags: inner turmoil of finding one's self]
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Theodore Roethke: A Brief Biography - “Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley” ("Theodore Roethke Quotes."). This quote by Theodore Roethke demonstrates his persistence and his determined mindset that helped Roethke throughout his difficult life. Theodore Roethke did not grow up expecting to become a major American poet. He intended to become a lawyer, however during college Roethke discovered that being a lawyer was not the right profession for him. It was at this time that he came to realize his love for poetry....   [tags: American poets]
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Psychological Profile of Theodore Rooseve - ... He organized the first U.S Cavalry Regiment “The Rough Riders” and saw action at San Juan Hill. Returning from Cuba a hero, Roosevelt was elected Governor of New York in 1899 and resumed his work for reform. He tightened control of sweatshops and pushed for government supervision of utilities and insurance companies. In the 1900 election, Roosevelt became the running mate of President McKinley; TR’s popularity increased McKinley’s margin of victory. On September 6, 1901, President McKinley was killed by an assassin and then a week later Theodore Roosevelt was sworn in as the 26th President of the United States....   [tags: politics, president, naturalist] 993 words
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The Unforgettable Waltz by Theodore Roethke - “The Unforgettable Waltz” My Papa’s Waltz is a powerful poem written by Theodore Roethke. The title of the poem set my expectations on a poem about someone dancing with their father. As I read the poem, I noticed my expectations were not equivalent to the poem’s actual content. The author’s creative use of words in the title enhances the poem. My Papa’s Waltz consists of four quatrains written in an abab rhyme scheme. Quatrains are stanzas that contain four lines. The abab rhyming scheme means line one and three rhyme and lines two and four rhyme....   [tags: childhood experience, expectations]
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Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Party - During the turn of 19th century and the beginning of 20th century, Americans were going through a rapidly growing industries and corporations, corruption in the political system, and disorder in the structure of the country. It led to the reform of movement which ultimately led to the creation of a third party called the Progressive Party. It was also known as the “Bull Moose Party.” Some of the programs and policies that are still in existence today were created by The Progressive Party who reached their peak during the 1912 Presidential election (Milkis, p....   [tags: U.S. History]
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Theodore Beza and the Reformation - ... When he recovered he made his way to Geneva and when he arrived he was taken in by and formally met, John Calvin. He was interested in more of the higher education and the theology of Calvin. Beza had controversies with predestination and the burning of his friend Michael Servetus who was burned at the stake by the Calvinists. Theodore Beza went through Europe spreading God’s word and Calvin’s teachings. When he was in the church of Geneva he agreed with most of the things the pastor was saying but at times he would have such a strong disagreement that he would threaten to leave the church....   [tags: theology of calvin, passion] 776 words
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Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt - Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt are regarded as two of the greatest presidents that the United States of America has ever had. "Honest Abe" Lincoln is known for his part in abolishing slavery and reuniting the north with the south to end the Civil War. Lincoln began his presidency on March 4, 1861 and was murdered on April 15, 1865, (Compare Lincoln vs. Roosevelt) abruptly ending his term. "Teddy Roosevelt" was known as a valiant explorer and a great environmentalist. He became president in September 14, 1901 and left on March 4, 1909....   [tags: Teddy Roosevelt ]
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The Naturalist Known as Theodore Dresier - ... Dreiser draws upon his experiences in trying to make it big in cities like Chicago and New York. He lived a less than glamorous life. He suffered from poverty, an abusive father, and a lack of experiences which prohibited him from landing any decent jobs. However, his experiences led to an incredible manifestation in his novels. In “Sister Carrie” the main character Carrie moves to Chicago where she is only able to work in menial, low-waged jobs in the same way that Dreiser started out. His experiences, in some form, all manifest into his writings and as such, the reader is better able to align with the characters and understand the story because they are reading it from someone who trul...   [tags: Sister Carrie, notorious authors]
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The Frivolity of Evil by Theodore Dalrymple - ... And because society holds them to a certain standard they have a responsibility to act a certain way. That as a doctor he has moral and professional responsibility to tell his patients they were living unhealthy lives. As a psychiatrist he observed on numerous occasions patients who claimed to be depressed instead of being unhappy with the lives they were leading. He believed that this shift in thinking leads people to imply that "dissatisfaction with life is itself pathological." The idea that this is an illness that can be cured by a doctor....   [tags: article analysis] 898 words
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Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson - At the dawning of the twentieth century, a group of Americans began to feel dissatisfied over the negative impacts of the technological boom in the late nineteenth century. The rapid changes in technology rapidly altered the lives of Americans and the group believed that society and the economy had a lot of catching up to do. Supporters of progressivism had different ideas about changes in education, business regulation, conservation, prohibition, women’s rights, and other important issues. Two presidents took a strong role in trying to make changes in these areas during the Progressive Movement....   [tags: progressivism, progresive movement, roosevelt]
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Biography of Theodore Roosevelt - Before his image was blasted along a mountainside, Theodore Roosevelt engraved his presence into American history as a man of action. A man which would find himself in many positions of responsibility and authority. Roosevelt’s reputation as a leader had been proven in the oval office and on horseback riding toward the frontlines. His progressive policies both foreign and domestic, launched the United States into a new era which would set the tone and give the nation the momentum it would need for years to come....   [tags: New York, Politician, President] 1454 words
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Paradoxical: Theodore Roethke's The Waking - In Theodore Roethke’s self-reflexive poem, “The Waking,” the speaker considers the brevity of life experienced within the constraints of time, while contemplating the uncertainties encountered by an individual, who realizes an earthly and a spiritual nature, in the face of the unknown realm of what lies beyond what the human eye can see. The speaker employs unique imagination and figurative language, and the rhyming patterns and refrains of the poem’s outer form enact the speaker’s feelings about the cycle of life, as the plot of the “The Waking” transcends both time and space....   [tags: Literary Techniques, Introspective]
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Biography of Theodore Roosevelt - Theodore Roosevelt Jr. was born on October 27, 1858. Theodore or “Teedie” as he liked to be called was born in New York City to his parents, Theodore “Thee” Roosevelt Sr. and Martha “Mittie” Bulloch. His parents both coming from different heritages, his father of Dutch heritage, and his mother, a Southern Belle, we’re owners of a successful plate-glass import business. When Theodore Roosevelt was a young boy, he wasn’t fond of the nickname Teddy, so his family members and close friends called him “Teedie.” As a young boy, Teedie spent a lot of time inside, due to his many illnesses and asthma....   [tags: teedie, new york, law school]
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Biography of Theodore Taylor - ... He discovered the highly educational aspects of living on eleven dollars a week. By the age of nineteen, he was writing radio network sports for NBC, in New York. A year after his first book, The Magnificent Mitscher, Taylor joined Paramount Pictures as a press agent. He then became a story editor, and finally he became associate producer. He got to work with Raquel Welch, Charlton Heston, Steve McQueen, William Holden, Shirley MacLaine, Frank Sinatra, Henry Fonda, Clark Gable, and others, on seventeen major pictures (Taylor)....   [tags: WW II, hollywood movies ] 690 words
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Biography of Theodore Roosevelt - The definition of progressive is a reformer who wanted to improve American life. Teddy Roosevelt was a progressive president in terms of his stance on business, foreign policy, and preservation because he has shaped the modern presidency by being a trustbuster, getting involved with foreign affairs, and preserving wildlife. In terms of business, Theodore Roosevelt was progressive. As he was coming into office in 1901, he faced an America with a rapidly growing population, and urbanization. There were many problems that came with having more people and more business....   [tags: American History, US President]
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Biography of Theodore Roosevelt - Theodore Roosevelt Known to his family as “Teedie”, Theodore Roosevelt was born in New York City on October 27, 1858. As a young man Roosevelt would struggle with illness and asthma and spend much time inside studying and preparing himself for the future. However, with the encouragement of his father and through strenuous exercise and a new found love for boxing he would soon overcome his physical obstacles. With his improved health and ever growing education he would soon move beyond the walls of his home and discover his love for nature, science and history....   [tags: Teddy Roosevelt, United States President]
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Biography of Theodore Roosevelt - Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt deserves to be inducted into the Hall of Fame because of his historic presidency and his work as a political activist helping to change the United States of America into the great nation it is today. Teddy Roosevelt made many monumental decisions and made many projects a success because of his determination and his ideas to better our great nation. Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858 in New York City, New York. He was always as hard worker but after his father died during his second year at Harvard, which only inspired him to work even harder and continue on to a law degree at Columbia University....   [tags: hall of fame, bull moose party]
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Theodore Roosevelt New Nationalism - On August 31, 1910, former President Theodore Roosevelt visited Osawatomie, Kansas to give a speech and participate in a memorial dedication. (Hennessy, 1910). Roosevelt had declined to run for re-election to the presidency in 1908, deciding to exit politics and go on a yearlong African safari (Ellis, 2001, p. 284). Frustrated with President Taft’s actions, Roosevelt reentered political life in 1910 (Mowry, 1939). In the Osawatomie address, Roosevelt introduced his idea for a New Nationalism. Many of the speech’s components became the bedrock of the Bull Moose campaign used by the Progressive Party in the 1912 election (Spring, 1970)....   [tags: American History]
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Theodore Roosevelt - Theodore Roosevelt I wonder about Theodore Roosevelt. My interest in Theodore Roosevelt was because of a brief lesson on him in Social Studies class. This Wonder Project falls into the category of Social Studies because this is a biography about Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States of America. Theodore Roosevelt was born in New York in 1858 and died in 1919. As a young boy, he was often spending many of his days reading. Either Theodore or his family knew that the reason for his illness was severe asthma....   [tags: biography] 521 words
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Theodore Roosevelt - As the 26th president of the United States and also the youngest president ever elected, Theodore Roosevelt faced many challenging decisions, but he knew how to handle them. He fought for what he believed and never backed down from that belief. Theodore Roosevelt faced challenging circumstances while growing up which made many consider him to be frail and not likely to succeed; however, he came to be known as a notable statesman, military leader, governor, vice-president of the United States, and finally the most powerful leader in the free world, President of the United States of America....   [tags: Biography]
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Theodore Roosevelt - Theodore Roosevelt was an inspiring man; he was not just one of United States greatest presidents, but one of the most important in the U.S. history. His life was the most adventurous and interesting of all the presidents. He was an explorer, a hunter, a rancher, a naturalist, an author, and a soldier. He was the first president-reformer in the modern era. All the courage he had, helped him gain or capture the public’s imagination like no president had done before since Andrew Jackson. He was a progressive leader and a great nationalist that made more extensive the presidency’s power at the expense of the states, the Congress, and large business....   [tags: Biography]
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Theodore Roosevelt - The 26th president of the United States of America was Theodore Roosevelt. He was a man known for many things two of them being, the building of the Panama Canal and his relationship to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. But he accomplished much more than these simple feats. He was a man possessed by an energy that was rivaled by few, all of his various exploits were discussed in the book ‘The Seven Worlds of Theodore Roosevelt” by Edward Wagenknecht. In this work Edward discusses Theodore Roosevelt in seven different “worlds.” They are the worlds of action, thought, human relations, family, spiritual values, public affairs, and war and peace....   [tags: Literary Review ]
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Theodore Roosevelt - Introduction Climbing his way up from the chair of vice president in 1900, the following year he was elected as the nation’s twenty-sixth president of the United States; he is none other than Theodore Roosevelt. His speeche has spread all across the nations and his contribution is one to remember. He achieved the position of governor of New York before for he has helped lead the Rough Riders to fame during the war of Spanish-American War in 1898. As the president, he supported progressive reforms such as greater government control over business and the conservation of nature....   [tags: I don't think this is in essay form.]
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Theodore Roosevelt: Fearless - Theodore Roosevelt was America’s twenty-sixth and youngest President and is remembered for his extraordinary leadership, his many achievements and his enthusiastic and energetic personality. During his time of presidency (1901-1909), Theodore Roosevelt expanded the power of the presidency, changed many things in government and helped resolve many problems, which lead him to be recognized as one of America’s best presidents. He had a passion for natural history and travel, which accompanied him throughout his entire life (SparkNotes Editors)....   [tags: Spanish American War, Republican]
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President Theodore Roosevelt - Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States (serving from 1901 to 1909), was born October 27th, 1858, in New York City, and died January 6th, in Oyster Bay, New York.1 He is considered the first modern President because he significantly expanded the power and influence of the executive office, rather than Congress, which had been the seat of governmental power since the Civil War.2 As President, Theodore Roosevelt challenged the ideas of limited government and individualism, advocating government regulation in order to create social and economic justice in the United States.3 Theodore Roosevelt is most famous for his trust-busting crusade, the building of the Panama C...   [tags: US President, American History, Teddy]
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The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt by Edmund Morris - Theodore Roosevelt was born in New York on October 27 1858. His family was one of the wealthiest families of Ney York at that time. His father was Theodore Sr. His mother’s name was Martha Bulloch, but everybody called her Mittie. His family had moved to America from Holland in 1648. He grew up in a neighborhood by present day Gramercy Park in Manhattan. This was where the richest families lived in New York. Although he had plenty of money and a helpful family, he faced many difficulties and problems as both a child and later as an adult....   [tags: biography, perseverance]
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Theodore Roosevelt, A Brief Annotated Bibliography - Brinkley, Douglas. The wilderness warrior : Theodore Roosevelt and the crusade for America. New York : HarperCollins, 2009. This Roosevelt biography is written with an emphasis on tracing the role he played as a conservationist. This is important to understanding Roosevelt’s motivations in his decisions regarding business and the environment. Brinkley’s focus on Roosevelt’s crusade for the natural environment offers an alternative to an “anti-business” president. The book also details Roosevelt’s successes and legacy....   [tags: personal beliefs, biography]
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Theodore Roosevelt Should be on Mount Rushmore - The Mount Rushmore National Memorial is located in Black Hills, South Dakota. Carved on the side of this granite mountain are the faces of four well known presidents, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. Each man earned their place on the mountain for their mark in presidential history. Some might wonder if Theodore Roosevelt belongs on this great memorial and what he did to deserve this honor. His is probably most remembered for his brazen way of getting things done in the White House, but as the 26th president of The United States, Roosevelt should be credited for many of his achievements that we are still appreciating today....   [tags: american presidents, american history]
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President Theodore Roosevelt - President Theodore Roosevelt was the outmost incredible president of our nation. He cared about every aspect of our country. He was remarkable, brilliant, and strong. He brought something different to the table of the presidential legacy. His personality, however was like no other, he was an impossible act to follow. He also was impetuous and did not hesitate to work around the regulations to get what he wanted. With the assassination of President McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt stepped up to become the youngest president in our nation’s history at the mere age of forty three....   [tags: Biography]
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Theodore Roosevelt: An Environmental “Teddy Bear” - Defined by his roughness on his approach to politics and characterized by his soft vulnerability in his private life, Theodore Roosevelt’s enigmatic personality captivated hundreds along the years. The “Rough Rider”, “The Bull Moose”, and the Progressive President. The man that herd America’s recovery using the “Big Stick” policy. Theodore Roosevelt was born in New York City, in October 27 1858, he was a curious young man, a public service oriented person, and politics were his passion. Equally devoted to his family and the environment made him a driven and unique character in History....   [tags: Politics, Private Life, Biography, US President]
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Edward Theodore Gein - On November 17, 1957 police arrived to the house of Ed Gein, they had suspected him of robbing the local hardware because he was found loitering around the store and being the last person seen at the store. When the police entered the house they found chairs, couches, lampshades, bowl made from a skull, a belt of female nipples and a costume made from human skin. “Edward Theodore Gein was born on August 27, 1906 in La Crosse, Wisconsin”( A+E Networks). Ed never really had a normal childhood, a childhood where your parents love you and you lived normally....   [tags: Serial Killers]
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Theodore Roosevelt Biography - Born October 27, 1858, Teddy Roosevelt has become one of the most noted presidents of the United States. Mr. Roosevelt was born in New York City to philanthropist, Theodore Roosevelt and socialite Martha Stewart Bulloch. He had an older sister named Anna, a younger brother named Elliot and a younger sister named Corinne. Teddy was often ill as a child, suffering from asthma and had to sleep propped up. These illnesses never stopped young Teddy, though. He was always energetic and later started boxing to try to help his poor physical condition....   [tags: president of the United States, republican party]
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Theodore Dreiser: Novelist - ... The theme of fate plays an overwhelming role in the novel “Sister Carrie”. Much like many of his other themes and symbols, this one also came as a result of his experiences, most notably his childhood. Before he was born, his father owned a mill that eventually burned down. This event caused him to turn into a cynical, bitter man who abused and tortured his family mentally. This led to Dreiser coming to the conclusion that “man is a pawn in the hands of a blind or malevolent fate” (Warren 11)....   [tags: great American authors] 1209 words
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Character Analysis in Theodore Taylor's The Cay - "In Theodore Taylor’s The Cay (1969), Phillip Enright, a twelve-year-old boy who lives on the small Dutch island of Curacao, is shipwrecked with Timothy, an old black man, once the Germans have torpedoed their boat during World War II. Having been knocked unconscious, Phillip then wakes up in a raft with Timothy and Stew Cat, the cook’s cat that has survived the explosion. Phillip at first does not trust Timothy because of his own prejudice, but after he loses his eyesight, Philip realizes how dependent he is on Timothy and comes to love him....   [tags: survival, resourceful, shipwrecked]
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Wish For A Young Wife, by Theodore Roethke - “Wish for a Young Wife”, by Theodore Roethke, may seem to be more than just a simple epithalamium, for the way the poet presents his writing compels the reader to question his true intentions. Nevertheless, although it is easy for the reader to trip down this path, a closer reading, in which one pays particular attention to aspects such the poem's imagery, rhyme scheme, meter, and parallelism, allows them to acknowledge that as the poet appreciates his wife and elaborates on what he wants for her, it is in fact the ambiguity of the poem that doubles the effect of his sincerity and love for his young wife....   [tags: Epithalamium, Deriving Theme] 1456 words
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My Papa's Waltz by Theodore Roethke - ... This gives us yet another spin on our emotions. This pattern is repeated throughout this poem, and the waltz soon spins fast out of control to a point where we can only focus on the sequence of whirling emotion rather than coherent overall feelings. This leads to the positive and negative reading. On the positive note, it shows a hardworking father who returns from work and playfully dances with his son that he loves before taking him to bed. The whiskey on his breath is not necessarily negative due to the factors of the working class culture in 1948 when this poem was published....   [tags: poem analysis, drunken father] 684 words
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My Papa's Waltz by Theodore Roethke - ... While the father and the son are playing around dancing they are also messing up the house as well. Messing up the kitchen will make any mother mad and that is what happens next. Of out any other place in the house the kitchen is the woman’s throne room. “The hand that held my wrist was battered on one knuckle; at every step you missed my right ear scraped a buckle (Roethke).” In lines 9-12 you can tell that the father has came back from a long day of work. The father’s job has to be doing something with his hands because of the battered knuckles....   [tags: poem review]
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My Papa's Waltz by Theodore Roethke - ... Even a small sip of whiskey can make any child dizzy because the smell of alcohol is strong. These lines create a double meaning and a sense of uneasiness in their relationship. In the second two lines, ambiguity arises in the meaning behind the words. A sense of fun is created when the son is waltzing with his father, but the boy is only tall enough to reach his father’s belt buckle. The father might be having a fun time with his son, but because he is much bigger than his son, the interactions seem a bit overwhelming....   [tags: poem analysis] 635 words
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Serial Killer: Theodore Robert Bundy - Theodore Bundy was an infamous American serial killer who preyed upon numerous young women during the 1970s and possibly earlier. He was associated with at least 30 counts of homicide and suspected of an estimated one hundred or more. Beyond homicide, he also made it apparent that he was capable of other sinister crimes such as rape, kidnapping, and necrophilia. His most frequent method of killing was an attack with a blunt weapon to the head. However, he did not merely kill his victims; evidence concludes that each were also sexually assaulted and sodomized....   [tags: heinous crimes, homicide, impersonating]
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Theodore Roosevelt: One of Our Greatest President - ... Edith gave birth to five children: After he returned to New York, Roosevelt started continued writing and published The Naval War of 1812, in 1882 (Miller Center). Roosevelt also wrote, The Life of Thomas Hart Benton in 1887, The Life of Gouverneur Morris in 1888, and The Winning of the West which had four volumes, 1889-1896. Theodore wrote various other books adding up to forty-five books in all (Unites States. National Park Service. History: Theodore Roosevelt: Rancher). After returning from the Dakota Badlands, Teddy started participating in politics once again....   [tags: hunting enthusiast, FDA, biography]
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What Made Theodore Roosevelt a Great Leader? - ... He was elected govenor in 1898. In 1900 he was nominated for vice president. He was able to help reelect President William McKinley Junior, helping to campaign to the Republican Party and helping them to see him as a viable candidate. Roosevelt then became the United State McKinley's win was short lived after he was assassinated in 1901. Roosevelt then became the president of the United States of America. After McKinley was assassinated Roosevelt became President (he was McKinley's vice president at the time)....   [tags: human condition, president, government]
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Theodore Roosevelt: A Major Influence on Foreign Affairs - Born on October 27, 1858, in New York City, Roosevelt grew up in poor health. He ailed from asthma and other activity limiting diseases. Despite this, he tried to exercise and box growing up to attempt to improve his health. Roosevelt was born into an old Dutch family that had settled in America in 1644.1 In his youth, Roosevelt was able to have the experiences of traveling to Europe and Egypt due to the wealth of his family. His father, Theodore Roosevelt, Sr., was a wealthy merchant and his mother, Martha Bulloch Roosevelt, was a Georgia Southerner sympathetic to Confederate ideals....   [tags: Biography] 990 words
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