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- Nicholas Murray Butler informs Theodore Roosevelt of the general good feeling towards Roosevelt at a luncheon attended by Butler and southern politicians. Butler stresses that Roosevelt's standing in the South has greatly improved upon his reelection and suggests some steps Roosevelt can take to cement that relationship.
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Letter from Nicholas Murray Butler to Theodore Roosevelt
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