The Break Between Taft and Roosevelt
Kuncel, Edward J.
During the years that Mr. Taft was Solicitor General of the United States, it was a most соmmоп sight to see a thin, energetic man rush into the solicitor's Office with his white teeth gleaming and shout some idea at the man behind the desk. Thus, in 1800, while Mr. Roosevelt was Civil Service Commissioner. did the friendship between these two antithetical characters begin. Though their training had been different, for a time each complemented the other and brought out the best points in his character.
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