The Importance Of Theodore Roosevelt’s “New Nationalism” Speech

This past weekend, I visited the John Brown cabin and museum in Osawatomie, Kansas.  This historic former residence of the abolitionist–a key figure in American Civil War history–is now a state park.  What I had not known was that the park was dedicated in 1910 by none other than Theodore Roosevelt, a man who is a personal icon of mine and certainly one of the greatest presidents in US history.

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