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.
Seeing these composite photographs of Roosevelt’s cabinet reminded me to view all photos with skepticism. Photographs, like documents and anything else in the historical record, can be 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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