In the Same Boat

May 1940
Saturday Evening Post;5/4/1940, Vol. 212 Issue 45, p28
Presents the author's views on totalitarian government. Description of the totalitarian technique formulated by Abraham Lincoln; Powers of a dictator; Political relations between the Democrat and Republican political parties.


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