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On American Motherhood, Theodore Roosevelt, 1905

An excerpt from a speech given by Theodore Roosevelt in Washington on March 13, 1905, before the National Congress of Mothers, in which he discusses the role of women and their dispositions as mothers. Text is transcribed from William Jennings Bryan's book, The World’s Famous Orations; America:III (1861–1905), which is printed from a copy furnished by the President.

from On American Motherhood (1905)
Creator: Theodore Roosevelt
Distributor: William Jennings Bryan
Posted by Helena Mietka