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Teddy Roosevelt

Introducing Teddy Roosevelt, the Rough Rider of the Oval Office, born in 1858. With a spirit as robust as his mustache, he charged through life, turning the presidency into his personal bullring. From leading the charge up San Juan Hill to championing the National Parks, his actions echoed his motto, "Speak softly and carry a big stick." Roosevelt: the man who made the White House a "bully pulpit," and taught us that nothing is impossible when you're "in the arena." So, put on your pince-nez and join us in the vigorous world of Teddy Roosevelt - where every day is a daring adventure!

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