By Serge Ricard
- Revitalizes and internationalizes scholarship in this hottest and highly-rated American president
- Covers many facets of Roosevelt’s character and his guidelines, household and overseas, to create a whole photograph of the man
- Provides scholarship from either side of the Atlantic, from proven Roosevelt specialists, revered students, and a brand new new release of historians
- A new and clean historiographical exploration of Roosevelt’s lifestyles and ideas, political profession and achievements, and his legacies
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