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Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Alexander Brin

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
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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