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- Theodore Roosevelt thanks Alexander Brin for his letter. Roosevelt believes America's influence in the world has waned because of the course the government has taken for the past year and a quarter. He does not think the U.S. would wield much authority at a peace conference, since the U.S. cannot even protect its own citizens, much less citizens of other nations.
- World War (1914-1918), Peace treaties, Letters, Thank-you notes, Armed Forces--Politics and government, Human rights--International cooperation, Military readiness
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Alexander Brin
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