As the world watches new American President Joe Biden begin work, it is timely to remember Theodore Roosevelt, the visually impaired US President. Aged just 42 when he took office, he is known for making the USA active in world affairs and as the first American to win the Nobel Peace Prize. This biography is written by Sarah Sherwin and read by Tanya Austin
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