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A round about discourse about how wonderful democracy is, but its not the wave of the future. We must let the Germans win because they are the wave of the future. Can't you get it. We're weak and not strong enough to fight totalitarian countries. They're just so strong and efficient. No wonder Harold Icks of the Roosevelt Administration called this book a handbook for American fascists. Everyone at one time or other underestimates the USA. Whatever we are we are not weak and certainly history has proven our ability to defeat our enemies and corrupt them. We're so good at corrupting our enemies that we have become corrupt and now with no real enemies, we have no will to have accountability.
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The daughter of a J.P. Morgan partner, the wife of the hero Charles Lindbergh, and the mother of a little boy whose kidnapping and death became the crime of the century, Ann Morrow Lindbergh somehow managed to survive it all with her soul intact. In this short work, more like a diary, just prior to WWII she explains her sense of foreboding for the future of civilization (REDOUBTS, amazon.com). She and her husband advocated that America stay out of foreign wars, and maintain its equilibrium as a beacon of liberty and sanity. It is a wonderful little book where she explains her positions, and gives a peek into the inner life and mind of a wonderful writer.