Life of influential statesman at heart of book, Concord lecture
';Much of what we know about Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt comes from observations Hay made in the Oval Office,'; event organizers said of Taliaferro's research. ';Hay's friends are a who's who of the era: Mark Twain, Horace Greeley, Henry Adams, Henry Jams, and virtually every president, sovereign, author, artist, power broker, and robber baron of the Gilded Age.';Taliaferro is author of four books and a former senior editor at Newsweek.
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