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the logs of the upper story where we children played and slept had no covering, which pleased us all the more.in a highly organized society, we are often attracted by pomp and circumstance, rather than by qualities of heart and mind, which after all are the true measure of enlightenment.here in these woods, fair dealings and human relations are not regulated by statutes, but by the golden rule of conduct.we need not hide our possessions behind locked doors, honesty is the accepted rule of life; there are no treasures to hide and no bars to break.it has been permitted me to do useful work and to have interesting experiences.privileged opportunities have been afforded me for public service.of these i write.perhaps in chronicling the experiences of a life which at many points touched vital affairs and the most interesting personalities, i may be able to add something to the record of men, movements, and events during those decades still absorbing to us because they are so near.the story is one of service at home and abroad, of personal relations with six of our presidents, with diplomats, labor leaders, foreign rulers, leaders of industry, and some plain unticketed citizens who were the salt of the earth and certainly not the least of those whom it was a pleasure to know.to write of ones self requires a certain amount of egotism.the autobiographer usually tries to justify this vanity by explaining it as a desire to gratify his children and kinsmen, or as a yielding to the urgent request of his friends.benjamin franklin, whose autobiography, incomplete though it be, is one of the most human in our language, frankly conceded that he was prompted by the weakness of praise.he says: i may as well confess it, since my denial of it will be believed by nobody, perhaps i shall a good deal gratify my own vanity.i do not wish to conceal from those who may from interest or curiosity read what i write, that i am not entirely free from that vanity, even though it be my chief aim and purpose to cast some additional light upon our countrys development and upon events in which, in public and private life, i have been permitted to take part.having held official positions at home and abroad under four administrations, and having come in close relationship with many of the statesmen and others of distinction in this and foreign countries, perhaps my narrative will serve to give more intimate knowledge and truer appreciation of their personal traits and their exceptional qualities.i have also been influenced by a desire to bring a message of encouragement to the youth of our country, especially to those who may be conscious of handicaps in the race, not to lose heart, but to be patient, considerate, and tactful, and not to withhold the saving extra ounce of effort which often spells the difference between failure and success.so long as our democracy remains true to its basic principles and jealously guards the highways of opportunity, the golden age will not be in the past, but ever in the future.in externals the age in which we live has changed, but the qualities of effort, of industry, and the will to succeed which were required when i was a boy, have not changed; they lead to the same goals now as then, with this difference: that the boy of today has greater advantages, better educational facilities, and more avenues of advancement than the boy of two generations ago.there never was a time in our history when more men of humble origin have attained commanding positions in industry, in commerce, and in public affairs than now.while our american system is not without fault, the fact that an enlightened public is ever watchful to maintain our democratic principles and to correct abuses is convincing proof of our countrys wholesome development in conformity with the changing conditions of modern life.i desire to make acknowledgment to my longtime and esteemed friend, mr.lawrence abbott, the president of the outlook, who encouraged and advised me to write these memoirs and even outlined the chapter plan which i have largely followed.contents i.ancestry and early years 1 ii.law, business, and letters 30 iii.entering diplomacy50 iv.first turkish mission70 v.harrison, cleveland, and mckinley105 vi.my second mission to turkey 130 vii.theodore roosevelt 163 viii.industrial diplomacy194 ix.in the cabinet207 x.the taft campaign of 1908248 xi.my third mission to turkey271 xii.the progressives307 xiii.threatening clouds of war 327 xiv.personal vignettes 343 xv.the world war 370 xvi.paris peace conference 396 index 431 illustrations oscar s.straus_frontispiece_ photograph by the campbell studios, new york mother and father of oscar s.straus2 birthplace of oscar s.straus, otterberg, rhenish bavaria 8 chapel and schoolhouse, collinsworth institute, talbotton, georgia8 oscar s.straus at six 12 oscar s.straus at the time of his graduation28 letter of henry ward beecher to president cleveland46 mrs.straus in turkey62 testimonial given to mr.straus in jerusalem in appreciation of the release of several hundred prisoners84 oscar s.straus, constantinople, 188896 president mckinley sending the author to turkey on his second mission, 1898 124 members of the railway board of administration200 the roosevelt cabinet 216 mrs.oscar s.straus246 nathan, oscar, and isidor straus312 photograph by pirie macdonald, new york, 1912 roger w.straus 392 under four administrations chapter i ancestry and early years napoleonic era: the sanhedrina forefather in napoleons councilsmy father and the german revolution of 1848my father emigrates to americamy father starts business in talbotton, georgiamy mother and her children arrive, 1854we attend the baptist churchmy early schoolingdeacons duel with kniveshousehold slaveslife in a small southern townfrugal and ingenious housekeepingoutbreak of the civil warour family moves to columbus, georgiafirst lessons in oratorygeneral wilsons capture of the citythe town is lootedour family moves north my father surprises northern creditor by insisting upon paying his debts in fulli attend columbia grammar school in new york citymy accidental schoolroom glory before morse, the inventori enter columbia college in 1867 with brander matthews, stuyvesant fish, and other distinguished classmatesmy classroom début in diplomacypoetic ambitionsmilitary aspirations and an interview with president grantchoosing law as a career

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