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David. His most recent book before the speech collection was “The Wright Brothers.” Other books by McCullough include “1776,” “The Path Between The Seas” about the Panama Canal, “Mornings on.

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Historian David McCullough has spent much of his. All presidents of consequence — Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Dwight Eisenhower — were students of history, McCullough said.

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Jan 11, 2016. Theodore Roosevelt was born in 1858, two years before a paper was published. David McCullough, Roosevelt biographer cited by Camargo and. I would have to read the book to find out how dismissive he really is of the.

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