Conservation as a National Duty

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As the 26th president of the United States, President Roosevelt gave this conservation speech in 1908. He was an avid explorer and devout naturalist, as a result, he devoted a lot of his action towards environment protection and conservation. Likewise, in this speech, Roosevelt deems natural conservation a national responsibility. This text is for 12th grade readers.

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