Prolific writer Iodice chronicles the legacies of former American presidents John F. Kennedy and Theodore Roosevelt whose accomplishments, both domestic and international, shaped constituencies then and now. From the Panama Canal ― which opened up trade routes for global commerce — to the preservation of lands for environmental purposes and public enjoyment, to the enactment of civil rights legislation that would collectively create a template for future world leaders, Iodice emphasizes that these specific political icons blazed indelible trails.

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