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Teddy Roosevelt and the Psychology of Military Prepardness

“There are higher things in this life than the soft and easy enjoyment of material comfort.  It is through strife, or the readiness for strife, that a nation must win greatness. We ask for a great navy, partly because we … Continue reading

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The Ideal President: Someone Who Isn't Running for Office?

In 1895, Teddy Roosevelt was asked if he was hoping some day to be President.  He flew off in a rage.  Part of his rant is revealing, and might have helped Mitt Romney if he’d come across this quote earlier … Continue reading

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