Wall Street and FDR

by Antony Cyril Sutton

Publisher: Lightyear Press

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Economic Conditions,
  • Political Ideologies - General,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Business/Economics
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9887524M
ISBN 100899683258
ISBN 109780899683256
OCLC/WorldCa122988688

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Wall Street and FDR is only one book within a trilogy, the two others dealing with Wall Street’s support of the Bolshevik Revolution and Nationalist Socialism, respectively.

We come to understand that Wall Street is no fan of competition, and no fan of democracy. The appeal of the Bolshevik Revolution was not its egalitarian ideals, but its Cited by: 5.

That an industrial and banking cabal of sorts centered at Wall Street had an affinity with totalitarianism is successfully established by Sutton. Wall Street and FDR is only one book within a trilogy, the two others dealing with Wall Street’s support of the Bolshevik Revolution and Nationalist Socialism, by: 5.

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt was subject to the kind of vitriol we often see directed at Barack Obama today. But some of FDR's opponents didn't stop at talk: a new book. Wall Street Journal book reviews and ideas, author interviews, excerpts, news on best sellers, fiction, non-fiction, literature, biographies, memoirs.

The Wall Street lineage of the Roosevelt and Delano families 2. Politics in the Bonding Business FDR as vice president of the Fidelity & Deposit Company () 3.

FDR: International Speculator Profiteering during the German hyperinflation of the s 4. FDR: Corporate Promoter FDR as a deal maker during the s Part II 5. Wall Street and FDR is only one book within a trilogy, the two others dealing with Wall Street’s support of the Bolshevik Revolution and Nationalist Socialism, respectively.

We come to understand that Wall Street is no fan of competition, and no fan of democracy. The appeal of the Bolshevik Revolution was not its egalitarian ideals, but its Reviews: Wall Street and FDR is only one book within a trilogy, the two others dealing with Wall Street’s support of the Bolshevik Revolution and Nationalist Socialism, respectively.

We come to understand that Wall Street is no fan of competition, and no fan of democracy. The appeal of the Bolshevik Revolution was not its egalitarian ideals, but its /5(22). Wall Street and FDR is only one book within a trilogy, the two others dealing with Wall Street’s support of the Bolshevik Revolution and Nationalist Socialism, respectively.

We come to understand that Wall Street is no fan of competition, and no fan of democracy. The appeal of the Bolshevik Revolution was not its egalitarian ideals, but its /5.

Butler, although a self-described Republican, responded by supporting Franklin D. Roosevelt in the US presidential election. By Butler started denouncing capitalism and bankers, going on to explain that for 33 years he had been a "high-class muscle man" for Wall Street, the bankers and big business, labeling himself as a "racketeer.

Chapter 8 Wall Street Buys the New Deal Bernard Baruch's Influence on FDR Wall Street Finances the Presidential Election Herbert Hoover's Election Funds Wall Street Backs FDR For Governor of New York Wall Street Elects FDR in Part III FDR and the Corporate Socialists. Chapter 9 The Swope Plan The Brand: Rudolf Steiner Press.

— New York Times Book Review “Masterly.” — Wall Street Journal “FDR has frequently been underestimated as a military leader, yielding, in the historical imagination, to George Marshall and Winston Churchill, among others.

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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Wall Street and FDR: The True Story of How Franklin D. Roosevelt Colluded with Corporate America.5/5(6). Part I Roosevelts and Delanos The Wall Street lineage of the Roosevelt and Delano families Politics in the Bonding Business FDR as vice president of the Fidelity & Deposit Company () FDR: International Speculator Profiteering during the German hyperinflation of the s FDR: Corporate Promoter FDR as a deal maker during the s Part II The Genesis of Corporate /5(48).

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The Roosevelt Family and Wall Street. Franklin Delano Roosevelt was also descended on the Roosevelt side from one of the oldest banking families in the United States. FDR's great-grandfather James Roosevelt founded the Bank of New York in and was its president from to The investment banking firm of Roosevelt & Son of New York City was founded inand in the s.

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Wall Street and FDR. [Antony C Sutton] -- The second volume of a trilogy; the preceding volume is: Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution; the subsequent volume is: Wall Street and the rise of Hitler. Includes index. Bibliography: p. Antony Sutton proved all this from the documentation in his book, Wall Street and FDR ().

The book was immediately dropped down the memory hole. No academic historian had ever written about any of this from to None has since then. Yet the documentation is overwhelming. I was trained as a historian.

I received my Ph.D. in PRAISE FOR MANTLE OF COMMAND "The Mantle of Command is splendid: It’s the memoir Roosevelt didn’t get to write." —New York Times Book Review "Masterly." —Wall Street Journal "FDR has frequently been underestimated as a military leader, yielding, in the historical imagination, to George Marshall and Winston Churchill, among others.

Hard to cover Wall Street history in one book. Just a few years could take a book, but he does a fair job. There are some obvious errors. flag Like see review. Jay Waghray rated it really liked it review of another edition.

Comprehensive. flag Like see review/5(14).