Johnston, Alva
June 1940
Saturday Evening Post;6/15/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 51, p22
Investigates the collapse of the political machinery of Huey Long in Louisiana brought about by 980 affidavits describing forms of graft collected by former Governor James A. Noe. Abuses committed by the heirs of the Kingfish after the assassination of Long; Background of the political career of Long; Information on the camera work which provided evidence of the political crimes of Long.


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