Roosevelt Et Son Amérique

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Roosevelt Et Son Amérique

By Bernard Faÿ
Plon, 1933
285 pp. $0.00

Sharp and witty characterization of the American psychology, especially as revealed in the reactions to Harding, Coolidge, Hoover and Roosevelt, followed by a generally sympathetic account of the present Administration's endeavors to deal with the economic crisis. An amusing, informative volume, from which both Europeans and Americans can learn something.

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