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The Roosevelt doctrine;
being the personal utterances of the President on various matters of vital interest, authoritatively arranged for reference in their logical sequence; a brief summary of the principles of American citizenship and government,
comp. by E. E. Garrison.

APA Citation

Roosevelt, T., Garrison, E. Ely. (1904). The Roosevelt doctrine: being the personal utterances of the President on various matters of vital interest, authoritatively arranged for reference in their logical sequence; a brief summary of the principles of American citizenship and government. New York: R. G. Cooke.

MLA Citation

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919, and Elisha Ely Garrison. The Roosevelt Doctrine: Being the Personal Utterances of the President On Various Matters of Vital Interest, Authoritatively Arranged for Reference In Their Logical Sequence; a Brief Summary of the Principles of American Citizenship And Government. New York: R. G. Cooke, 1904.

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