The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt - Chapter 10, The Delegate-at-Large Summary & Analysis

Edmund Morris
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Chapter 10, The Delegate-at-Large Summary and Analysis

Bamie immediately becomes primary caretaker for the new baby, Alice Lee. Roosevelt sells both his house and his mother's, moving Bamie and Alice Lee to a smaller place on Madison Avenue.

Roosevelt responds to the sorrow by making himself busier than ever. In less than one week, he returns to Albany. At the Republican Convention, Roosevelt leads the independents for candidate Edmunds. While there, he learns Cleveland plans to veto several of his bills. Even a visit to the governor's office fails to make a difference. After the fight for presidential nominee, the Republicans choose Blaine. Roosevelt responds to these disappointments by travelling west.

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