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- Governor Hadley believes that Theodore Roosevelt needs to shortly deliver a public statement regarding his views on potentially accepting the Republican presidential nomination. Hadley suggests that a statement would be preferable to responding to a letter from several state governors as this could appear like a "prearranged affair." He recommends a brief statement referencing the great demand for Roosevelt to be a candidate and Roosevelt's public duty to respond.
- Press releases, Campaign management, Presidents--Nomination, Governors--U.S. states--Influence, Duty, Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Letter from Herbert S. Hadley to Theodore Roosevelt
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