Crowded Hours: Reminiscences of Alice Roosevelt Longworth

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C. Scribner's Sons, 1933 - History - 355 pages
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The reminiscences of Teddy Roosevelt's irrepressible daughter are filled with devotion to her father and affection for family and friends. More valuably, they provide revealing views of the leading political figures of her time. Through her marriage to Nicholas Longworth, later a noted Speaker of the House of representatives, she remained in close touch with day-to-day developments on the floor of Congress . Her insider's observations include memorable accounts of the "Bull Moose" campaign of 1912 and the fight against the League of Nations. The woman who once called Harding a crook to his face became the heroine of a public appreciative of her unconventionality and defiance of protocol.

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