FDR: My Exploited Father-in-Law

An Intimate Account of the Man, the Regime & the Legacy

FDR: My Exploited Father-in-Law

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By Curtis B. Dall

The last copy! If you ever want to learn how our government really works, read this book. The author, Curtis B. Dall was FDR's son-in-law, and spent much time in the White House; he even had an office in the Yellow Room. Thus he had an insider's view of who came to see FDR and Elanor and how often. Dall also was a Wall Street banker and knew the tricks and tactics the financial predators use to deceive the public. Later in his career he became the chairman of Liberty Lobby's Board of Policy when Willis Carto's all-American lobbying group was at its acme. The book is loaded with personal anecdotes of the people Dall met during his life. This included such notables as Franklin Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Sara Delano, Bernard Baruch, Harry Hopkins, Henry Morgenthau Jr., Harry Dexter White, Warburgs, Astors, Rothschilds, Lehmans and more. In this book, Dall views the stock market crash of October 1929 as "the calculated shearing of the public triggered by the sudden shortage of call money in the New York money market." He views the Federal Reserve and their globalist cheerleaders as being against the interests of Americans. He says they work to decrease national sovereignty by continually promoting one world government. He says that the top bankers plan and execute the wars that ravage the world, kill millions and line the pockets of the global kleptocrats. In the end he portrays FDR as man who began his career as an optimistic ladder-climber and ended up as one of the most exploited and manipulated presidents in U.S. history. Lots more inside information in the book first published in 1967 from a consummate insider's position.

With a foreword by Willis A. Carto.

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Product Data
Feature Data
Item ID: 347
ISBN: 978-1-937787-28-8
Edition no.: 1
Pages: 298
Size: 5.5 x 8.5 in (216 x 140 mm)
Format: paperback
Publisher: Washington, D.C.: The Barnes Review
Published in: 9/2014