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McCabe, Joseph


The Life of Roosevelt




Haldeman-Julius Publications




Girard, KS












Quoted from the author's "Foreword."

"It may therefore seem, if not imprudent for a Britisher to write on the American President, at least superfluous for him to add one more to the existing library of biographies and studies. There is, it is'true, the extenuating circumstance that as .I have written almost exclusively for Americans for a score of years I have drawn very close to them. I have in fact, in the course of various visits spent two or three years in American cities from Boston to San Francisco and Los Angeles. No writer has made more sincere efforts, concealing nothing and setting down naught in malice, to promote a mutual understanding.

But I would frankly offer this book as an Englishman's estimate of Roosevelt and his work. You need not live in China to get Chiang Kaishek in true perspective. You assuredly do not need to have lived in Germany to understand Hitler, and I am not sure that I find Englishmen
more discriminating than thoughtful Americans in their appraisal of Churchill. There is, too this advantage of studying Roosevelt from beyond the frontiers that your judgment is not apt to be drawn from the true by the magnetic influence of either of the great political parties. In any case the body of readers I have won in America will care to have this estimate of American life and its leaders, and other readers will find that the only prejudice in it is the conviction that reality is a safer guide than even the prettiest biographical fiction."

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