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Crippling asthma, a frail build, and grossly myopic eyesight: these were the ailments that plagued Teddy Roosevelt as a child. In adulthood, he was diagnosed with a potentially fatal heart condition and was told never to exert himself again. Roosevelt’s body was his weakness, the one hill he could never fully conquer, and as a result he developed what would become a lifelong obsession with athletics that he carried with him into his presidency. As President of the United States, Roosevelt boxed, practiced Ju-Jitsu, played tennis nearly every day, and invited athletes and teams to the White... more
Recommended by Casey Mattox, and 1 others.

Casey MattoxI regretted when it was done. If you have any interest at all in (1) Presidential history, (2) Development of American sports, or (3) are a middle aged man (especially if a dad), you'll love this book. I have a new appreciation for TR (though still not a fan of his politics) .... (Source)

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In the final chapter in the cherished Space Trilogy, a sinister technocratic organization is gaining force throughout Europe with a plan to recondition society, and it is up to Ransom and his friends to squelch this threat by applying age-old wisdom to a brave new universe dominated by science. less
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Casey Mattox@CrawfordStuff @senatorshoshana I'm currently on book 3 of the Ransom Trilogy. Love it. (Source)

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