Reference

BOOK ONE
TRIAL-AND ERROR
1.
Raymond Moley, "After Seven Years," ( Harper, 1939), p. 152.
2.
New York Times, May 14, 1933.
3.
This incident is told in full in Moley "After Seven Years," pps. 138-161.
4.
The material for what follows in this chapter was gathered partially from the following: Moley "After Seven Years"; William Start Myers and Walter H. Newton's "The Hoover Administration" ( Scribner, 1936); Rixey Smith and Norman Beasley "Carter Glass" ( Longmans, 1939). Mr. Moley wrote from the point of view of Mr. Roosevelt; Messrs. Myers and Newton from the point of view of Mr. Hoover. However, I have had the opportunity of personally interviewing various persons intimately connected with these events and in some cases of examining notes made by them at the time.
5.
All figures used throughout the text relating to government finances ate based upon U. S. Treasury Reports.
6.
Gaetano Salvemini and George LaPiana , "What To Do With Italy" ( Duell, Sloan & Peaxce, 1943). Mr. Salvemini has a choice collection of tributes to Mussolini from Americans.
7.
Congressional Record, 69th Cong., 1st Sess., Jan. 14, 1926.
8.
John T. Flynn, "The Code Chisel," Collier's Magazine, Nov. 3, 1934.
9.
Charles Frederick Roos, "NRA-- Economic Planning" ( Principia Press, 1937), p. 59.
10.
Hugh S. Johnson, "The Blue Eagle from Egg to Earth" ( Doubleday, 1935).
11.
Report of the National Recovery Review Board (Darrow Board), New York Times, May 21, 1934.
12.
Frances Perkins, "The Roosevelt I Knew" ( Viking, 1946).
13.
Ernest K. Lindley, "Half Way with Roosevelt" ( Viking, 1936), p. 151. For a full discussion of the origins, of the NRA, see John T. Flynn "Whose Child is the NRA?", Harper's Magazine, September, 1934.
14.
Frances Perkins, "The Roosevelt I Knew," p. 252.
15.
Raymond Moley, "After Seven Years," p. 159.
16.
Emil Ludwig, "Roosevelt: A Study in Fortune and Power" ( Viking, 1938).
17.
The facts about this conference are drawn from Moley "After Seven Years" and "Memoirs of Cordell Hull," New York Times, Jan. 26 to March 6, 1948.
18.
"John N. Garner's Story," Colliers Magazine, Feb. 21 to Mar. 20, 1948.
19.
Excerpts from "The Morgenthau Diaries," Collier's Magazine, Sept. 27 to Nov. 1, 1947.
20.
Statement to me by Senator William E. Borah.
21.
Excerpts from "The Morgenthau Diaries."
22.
John T. Flynn, "The Social Security Reserve Swindle," Harper's Magazine, Feb., 1939.
23.
"John N. Garner's Story."
24.
Harnett Kane, "Louisiana Hayride" ( Morrow, 1941).

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Book One 1
  • 1 - The New Dealer Takes the Deck 3
  • 4 - The New New Deal 33
  • 7 - An Enemy is Welcomed 77
  • Book Two 95
  • 1 97
  • 2 - War an the Courts 105
  • 5 - The Dame of the Philosopers 128
  • 7 - The Third Term 175
  • 10 - Henry Wallace 203
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  • A New Show Opens 233
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  • 8 - The Thought Police 320
  • 10 - Politics, Disease and History 331
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