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Share the Wealth: Huey Long vs.Wall Street is a panoramic overview of the life and times of the legendary Louisiana populist Huey P. Long. If America had listened to Long, we wouldn't be in the mess we are today. During the 1930s, the big loud voice of Louisiana Governor (and later, United States Senator) Huey P. Long spoke out against the plutocrats of Wall Street and on behalf of America's farmers, laborers, small businessmen and the hard-working middle class. He posed a no-holds- barred threat to the rampant predators of the Federal Reserve Money Monopoly and if he had not been gunned down in September 1935, it's certain that Huey would have played a part in expelling FDR fromthe presidency. Here's Huey's story as told in his own inspirational words-and the words of those who knew him best, both friend and foe alike. . . .Softcover, 101 pages
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Book Description American Free Press, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0982344872