John MIller Tells The Story of How Theodore Roosevelt Saved Football In The Early 20th Century

John Miller, author of THE BIG SCRUM

John J. Miller writes for National Review, the Wall Street Journal, and many other publications.

He is the author of several books, including The Big Scrum: How Teddy Roosevelt Saved Football and The First Assassin, a historical thriller set during the Civil War. The Chronicle of Higher Education has called him “one of the best literary journalists in the country.”

John was born and raised in Detroit. He attended high school in Florida because his father took a job there during his high school years.

John attended university at the University of Michigan. Following graduation he moved to Washington, DC to work for the National Review.

John plans to move his family back to Michigan within the next few months.

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