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- Theodore Roosevelt's secretary writes to Governor Bass about the Progressive Party gains in New York and New Jersey. The secretary also discusses Woodrow Wilson's difficulties with the Democratic Party leadership.
- Presidents--Election, Political campaigns, Political parties--Management, Political parties--Decision making, Politicians--Travel, New Hampshire, New York (State), New Jersey, Progressive Party (1912), Democratic Party (U.S.), Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from the Secretary of Theodore Roosevelt to Robert P. Bass
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