Down-home Demeanor and Folksy Humor

The timeless political wisdom of Will Rogers

“Nothing makes a man broad-minded like adversity.”

William Penn Adair Rogers, “Oklahoma’s Favorite Son,” was born on November 4, 1879, at his family’s ranch in present-day Oklahoma. Rogers was the youngest of eight children born to Clement and Mary Rogers, who were part Cherokee. Precocious, intelligent, and personable, Will fit in well with both the Native Americans and the…

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