The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt - Chapter 13, The Long Arm of the Law Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, The Long Arm of the Law Summary and Analysis

All winter, Roosevelt attends social functions in the company of Edith. Due to their long friendship, no one suspects the truth about their relationship. Both Roosevelt and Edith exercise caution in their writings to and about one another.

Due to the success of previous books, a publisher contracts Roosevelt to write a biography about statesman Thomas Hart Benton. With this task, and Edith sailing soon to Europe, Roosevelt once again goes west.

To ease traversing the river which runs along his ranch at Elkhorn, Roosevelt, Sewall and Dow build a boat, which they tie up nightly outside the ranch house. The continuous ice jambs, however, prevent them from using the boat much early in the spring. When they awaken one morning to find the boat gone, Roosevelt insists on...

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