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T. Harry Williams
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Some people would say today, as some said then, that the incident was characteristic of Huey P. Long, that it revealed all the cynicism and contempt of democracy and all the scheming ruthlessness of the man who seemed in the 1930s to be the first American dictator, the first great fascist, who was compared to Hitler and Mussolini, who finally commanded one of the largest mass following the the country and appeared to be on verge of taking over the national government as he had his own state (Chapter 1, pg. 3-4)

No matter how much money Huey made, he would never keep any if left to himself. He cared for money only because with it he could do things that gave him pleasure. He had the same attitude toward all of life - he was a man of unrestrained desires (Chapter 3, pg. 67)

Perhaps the finest tribute so Huey's...

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