1926. Part Two of Two. This official biography was authorized by Roosevelt, who approved part of the first draft before his death in 1919. Bishop stated that the work and supplements completes Theodore Roosevelt's Autobiography. He made extensive use of Roosevelt's letters, which gives the work its value by allowing the reader to read Roosevelt's own views on his career. The Contents of this volume begins with Railway-Rate Law-Man with a Muck-Rake-View on Many Subjects; and ends with the Undiminished Activities of His Closing Years. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.