The Strenuous Life: Essays and Addresses of Theodore Roosevelt


Read by Bob Neufeld

(3.4 stars; 19 reviews)

This book is a collection of Theodore Roosevelt’s published commentaries and public addresses on the general theme of the requirements for individual and collective success in the personal, civic, political, and social arenas. (Introduction by Bob Neufeld) (7 hr 24 min)

Chapters

01 - The Strenuous Life 36:38 Read by Bob Neufeld
02 - Expansion and Peace 22:53 Read by Bob Neufeld
03 - Latitude and Longitude Among Reformers 34:57 Read by Bob Neufeld
04 - Fellow-Feeling As A Political Factor 36:26 Read by Bob Neufeld
05 - Civic Helpfulness 28:47 Read by Bob Neufeld
06 - Character and Success 13:52 Read by Bob Neufeld
07 - The Eighth and Ninth Commandments in Politics 9:40 Read by Bob Neufeld
08 - The Best and the Good 8:31 Read by Bob Neufeld
09 - Promise and Performance 14:25 Read by Bob Neufeld
10 - The American Boy 15:14 Read by Bob Neufeld
11 - Military Preparedness and Unpreparedness 28:58 Read by Bob Neufeld
12 - Admiral Dewey 23:47 Read by Bob Neufeld
13 - Grant 28:49 Read by Bob Neufeld
14 - The Two Americas 19:58 Read by Bob Neufeld
15 - Manhood and Statehood 22:59 Read by Bob Neufeld
16 - Brotherhood and the Heroic Virtues 21:38 Read by Bob Neufeld
17 - National Duties 30:10 Read by Bob Neufeld
18 - The Labor Question 28:04 Read by Bob Neufeld
19 - Christian Citizenship 18:52 Read by Bob Neufeld

Reviews

Stands the test of time

(5 stars)

TR was very well spoken and insightful. Many of his topics and powerful statements are as true now as they were when he first said them.

The reader does a fine job, this is not a critique of him. Thwar

(0.5 stars)