Lindbergh Vs. Roosevelt

Lindbergh Vs. Roosevelt

The Rivalry That Divided America

eBook - 2010
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Charles Lindbergh was an American patriot who was subject to one of the most successful smear campaigns in American history. Angered by Lindbergh's criticism, President Roosevelt launched against him a crusade of personal destruction that was eagerly propagated by FDR's supporters throughout the government and media.
Publisher: Washington, DC : Regnery Pub., Inc. ; New York, NY : Distributed to the trade by Perseus Distribution, c2010
ISBN: 9781596986015
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xii, 270 p.) : ill
Alternative Title: Lindbergh versus Roosevelt


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Oct 15, 2016

Few men have been as pivotable to the development of the 20th century as men such as Winston Churchhill and Franklin Delano Roosevelt both men, historical icons, where instrumental in beating back the forces of darkness, the evil empires of Nazi Germany and imperial Japan.
In addition to his role as a leader of the forces of freedom, however, FDR fought the economic doldrums of an economic depression the likes of which had never before blighted the American landscape. For this reason, he is revered by many students of American history. All except for those who find the concept of political intervention in the economic working of the nation anathema.
It seems that, today, in certain circles of society this sort of political and economic thinking is on the ascendency .
Let's the invisible hand solve the economic problems. A rising tide lifts all boats. F let's the invisible hand solve the economic problems. A rising tide lifts all boats. Bully! It sinks many shif sinks many ships too.
So when the word elites was linked to FDR and Barak Obama I knew I was in shark infested waters.
Not the kind of book I wanted to swallow.


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