A "bully" First Lady: Edith Kermit Roosevelt
Contents: Introduction; 'Edie' and 'Teedie', the early years; Separation and return; Politician's wife; On the home front; The governor's mansion; National politics and the vice-presidency; The White House Years; The eye of the storm; Life on the outside; Life after Theodore; Epilogue; Bibliography.
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Separation and Return
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