- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Christian Crusade Publications; 3rd edition (1968)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0007FB4OE
- Package Dimensions: 6.9 x 4.2 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,573,218 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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FDR, my exploited father-in-law Paperback – 1968
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The book helps you understand that vain, ambitious and arrogant FDR really had no principles on which he stood, but rather he listened to and followed the advice of his advisors. This mallability to perform as was needed made him an excellent candidate to be the front man/messenger of the Novus Ordo Seclorum crowd and explains why he was propped up for an unprecedentd four presidential terms. He was a proven performer as a 'yes man', and as he left few personal records for any decisions that were implemented under his presidential terms, he could easily front the Council of Foreign Realtions and masonic advisors who lurked in his homes promoting the international bankers one world governement agenda. This is why he had no problem supporting Stalin's communist regime in the Soviet Union in spite of the atrocities it commited.
For students of FDR, this short book written by someone who was there is far more valuable than Arthur M. Schlesinger's or Conrad Black's whitewashes of the the leader who really wasn't!
He reminds me of the claptrap one used to hear in the old Barbershops of the 50's and before. Belly-scratching bloviating. This tome belongs on the shelf with the UFO books.
Dall tells us little of his personal life, however. What we learn more of is his personal devotion to and affection for FDR which is deeply tested by the increasingly suspicious and leftist connections which are introduced through through Roosevelt's advisors and his wife. Ultimately this seems to be an important factor in Dall's ultimate exile from the family. While many questions are not answered by this book, it's an absolutely credible account of the America at that time, and animus that was behind the FDR presidency.
Conspiracy theorists will find much to ponder here, and those with a more conventional view will find important facts to be considered.