Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Theodore Roosevelt as a model for legal writers

OseidProfessor Julie Oseid of Minnesota’s University of St. Thomas School of Law has added a new article to her continuing series about the writing of U.S. Presidents. Her abstract explains that this latest article presents Theodore Roosevelt “as a role model for the importance of zeal in persuasion. . . . His moral certainty and belief in action led him to write and speak with conviction. Finally, his love of stories inspired him to use vivid language.”


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