FDR and His Iago

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and Roosevelt, however, is a more-thanordinarilynq'nical book. It portrays neithernthe President nor his instrumentnas having been men of any particularnhonor, principle or even pretense. Theynmet to take advantage of each othernand they both succeeded. In the coursenof their long collaboration they servednto both epitomize and symbolize thendegradation of . . .

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