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Newspaper articles from Leslie's Weekly

The front page of Leslie's Weekly includes "What Roosevelt's Nomination Means," which discusses President Roosevelt's unanimous nomination for president at the Republican National Convention, "Bogus 'News' from Washington," which corrects several false stories about Roosevelt and his administration that have been reported in other newspapers, and "The Plain Truth," which discusses the dominance of the Republican Party in Oregon.
Republican National Convention, Presidents--Nomination, Campaign management, Political campaigns, Oregon, Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ), Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
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