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Bully Boy

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Bully Boy by Jim Powell
Aug 08, 2006 | ISBN 9780307347558

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Praise for Bully Boy

“Jim Powell tells an important story in Bully Boy: He thoroughly exposes the harm done by Theodore Roosevelt’s so-called progressive policies.” —Lawrence Kudlow, host of CNBC’s Kudlow & Company
“If Jim Powell had his way, Teddy Roosevelt’s image would be sandblasted from Mount Rushmore. Thanks to Powell, Americans can now learn about The Real Theodore Roosevelt and begin questioning why such a reckless president is so revered by historians and the political class.” —Thomas J. DiLorenzo, author of The Real Lincoln and How Capitalism Saved America
“Jim Powell’s gripping exposé shows in chilling detail why Theodore Roosevelt’s ‘progressive’ interventions were counterproductive to both liberty and prosperity. Bully for Bully Boy!” —Richard A. Epstein, professor at the University of Chicago Law School, author of How Progressives Rewrote the Constitution

Praise for FDR’s Folly, The Triumphof Liberty, and Wilson’s War

“Fascinating . . . [Powell] has written an important story, one that definitely needs telling.” —Thomas Fleming, author of The New Dealers’ War and Duel

“Thoroughly documented, relying on an impressive variety of popular and academic literature both contemporary and historical.” —Milton Friedman, Nobel Prize–winning economist

“Jim Powell is a man of great energy, determination, obstinacy, and courage, and all these qualities have gone into his work.” —Paul Johnson, author of A History of the American People and Modern Times

“This book is an education in itself.” —Thomas Sowell, syndicated columnist, author of Black Rednecks and White Liberals

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