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The (Wo)Man in the Arena

Yesterday, I shared this quote with my students and had them write about its meaning. It is from Theodore Roosevelt’s famous "Citizenship in a Republic" speech given in 1910 at the Sorbonne in the Grand Amphitheater of the University of Paris. In it, he emphasizes his belief that the success of a republic rests on the quality of its people. This famous passage is known as "The Man in the Arena." It is also the passage that inspired the title of…

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Kristina Martin

Branding & Marketing Coach, Freelance Writer/Editor, and Content Marketing Strategist — Multi-Passionate Entrepreneur. Writing is my Superpower.