There is something about the ability to read the words of our nation’s leaders in their original context – knowing Roosevelt’s hand held the instrument that dispensed the ink that formed those flowing cursive letters – that does seem a little bit like an art.
At first it seemed like a routine picture from the Library of Congress. Once I actually looked at the photo, I realized that it had obviously been altered.
Michael Wolraich discusses the process of writing his new book Unreasonable Men: Theodore Roosevelt and the Republican Rebels Who Created Progressive Politics
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