Theodore Roosevelt Quote

No man can do both effective and decent work in public life unless he is a practical politician on the one hand, and a sturdy believer in Sunday-school politics on the other. He must always strive manfully for the best, and yet, like Abraham Lincoln, must often resign himself to accept the best possible.


Writings (ed. 1967)

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No man can do both effective and decent work in public life unless he is a practical politician on the one hand, and a sturdy believer in...

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No man can do both effective and decent work in public life unless he is a practical politician on the one hand, and a sturdy believer in...

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No man can do both effective and decent work in public life unless he is a practical politician on the one hand, and a sturdy believer in...

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No man can do both effective and decent work in public life unless he is a practical politician on the one hand, and a sturdy believer in...