Friday, January 27, 2012

The River of Doubt

Back in the day some kids wanted to be president, others wanted to be explorers but finding a boy who wanted to be both was akin to discovering the needle in the proverbial haystack.

One boy who grew up to be both was Theodore Roosevelt. He explored the west, became the hero of San Juan Hill during the Spanish American war, and found himself president of the United States after William McKinley was assassinated.

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