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Hero Tales: How Common Lives Reveal the Uncommon Genius of America [Paperback]

By Theodore Roosevelt (Author) & Henry Cabot Lodge (Author)
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Pages   240
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.2" Width: 4.9" Height: 0.8"
Weight:   0.55 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Feb 28, 2000
Publisher   Cumberland House Publishing
ISBN  1581820631  
EAN  9781581820638  

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Theodore Roosevelt proved that a political figure could also excel in military matters and literary endeavors. This work covers a most interesting list of heros in American history, from Daniel Boone and George Rogers Clark through various Revolutionary War participants, to activities during the Civil War.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Theodore Roosevelt was the twenty-sixth president of the United States of America. One of America s most popular presidents, Roosevelt was an avid outdoorsman and historian, and a vivacious reader; he contributed hundreds of books to the literary world, writing of his adventures in Africa and South America. Roosevelt passed away in 1919 at the age of sixty."

Theodore Roosevelt was born in 1858 and died in 1919.

Theodore Roosevelt has published or released items in the following series...
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The Nation's Ultimate Resource--the common people  Jan 10, 2008
This book made me think of Julian Simon's book "The Ultimate Resource" because they both build the argument that ordinary people determine the fate of nations. That is they build the successful societies, the very few free and prosperous nations that have shown the way for others to follow. In the early days of growing economies the drive and motivation of all citizens works for the common good. Climate and natural resources are secondary to the genius of the people who will always find a way if given the chance "to make it happen." That is why Julian Simon calls them "the ultimate resource." The stories of such individuals make up the basis of this very enlightening book by Lodge and Roosevelt.

The brief biographies of these uncommon commoners shows how the brilliance of American freedom found expression in its ordinary citizens. The authors avoid the failings of the academics who seek to rewrite history to accomodate current agendas--the latter deliberately manipulate history in order to manipulate the future course of their country. Too many current books paint the pioneers of America with their anti-American brush. But in these stories, Lodge and Roosevelt strip away all that modern re-write and clearly reveal the great opportunities and upward mobility that was available to all and that served the nation so well. Each story is full of new information about the lives and times of the characters and demonstrates the past strength of our cultural and religious beliefs.

There is a growing theory that the lesson of history--the explanation why some societies Rose and others stagnated, is simply a question of whether the bulk of the ordinary people had economic freedom. Only in free and open societies can all the people strive to contribute to the nation's success. And that massive and combined effort is what brought success. This theory has been summarized and dubbed "The Radzewicz Rule" in my recent book COMMON GENIUS: Guts, Grit, and Common Sense: How Ordinary People Create Prosperous Societies and How Intellectuals Make Them Collapse That book like the biographical stories by Lodge and Roosevelt recognizes that the famous and powerful characters of history often did more harm than good, and that the overwhelming forward progress was driven by the genius of common people.

This is definitely a book to read and re-read. It is a refreshing look back to the times when we had heroes--people who acted based on strong principles rather than expediency. It is to be noted that all those selected did good things--such individuals, fiercely independent and self-reliant, built the nation. (They never looked on themselves as "victims" of asked for a hand-out.) Such people do not ever cause a nation to decline, stagnate, or Fall. Today there is a new elite that have usurped the role of ordinary people, and that may be our downfall, but in this fine volume you can relive the exploits of those who helped create our great "city on a hill." Bill Greene
A Hero To The People  Jan 19, 2000
I learned so many possible things that TR has done for us and his country. In my opinion, TR was a hero. He established U.S. leadership in the world as no other president had before. He was truly amazing.

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