Theodore Roosevelt will not comment on the fitness of a man to be congressman and feels that the decision lies with the constituency.
Congresses and conventions; Constituent power--U.S. states; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Theodore Roosevelt suggests that Warren Julius Shepherd, former Rough Rider, get his congressman to visit the Pension Bureau, as Roosevelt has no influence with President Woodrow Wilson's administration. Roosevelt encourages Shepherd to show Roosevelt's letter to his congressman.
Pensions; Constituent power--U.S. states; California--Los Angeles; United States. Pension Bureau; United States. Congress
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