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Wood Working: Modern politicos could take lessons from rhetorical flourishes of yore

Published 11/02/2012, River Falls Journal

One-hundred years ago Theodore Roosevelt paid a visit to Wisconsin. During a speech in Milwaukee on Oct. 15, 1912, a cranky cheesehead named John Schrank shot the former president.

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