Smedley D. Butler, USMC: A Biography

Smedley D. Butler, USMC: A Biography

By: Mark Strecker (author)Paperback

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The practice of big business promoting war to profit materially was firmly in place by the time Major General Smedley D. Butler wrote about it in his anti-corporate pamphlets. This historical biography explores the life of Butler, a little-known American Marine who exposed an alleged fascist coup to remove President Franklin D. Roosevelt from office. This text is an exploration of the political issues of the first half of the twentieth century and an examination of a complicated, valiant man who shifted from Republican ideals to anti-corporate, left-wing populism.

About Author

Researcher Mark Strecker has written a number of reviews for a role-playing game website as well as an article describing the historic King Arthur and his fifth century Great Britain. He lives in Monroeville Ohio.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780786448074
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 211
  • ID: 9780786448074
  • ISBN10: 0786448075

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