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Roosevelt Et Son Amérique

Roosevelt Et Son Amérique

By Bernard Faÿ

Plon, 1933, 285 pp.

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.