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Online Sources: Huey Long
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My First Days in the White House by
Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust
Publication Date: 1935
""My First Days in the White House," Huey Long holds imaginary conversations with the nation's power brokers and even names his cabinet appointees and provides the text of the Supreme Court decision that will uphold the constitutionality of his "Share the Wealth" plan. Rarely, if ever, has an American politician be so unguarded in sharing with the nation his little boy dream of someday growing up to be President." Description from https://www.ssa.gov/history/hueywhouse.html
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