Huey Pierce Long

Share Our Wealth - Every Man A King (1934)

Share Our Wealth - Every Man A King (1934) by Huey Pierce Long

HUEY P. LONG: AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY Huey Long was born August 30, 1893, and died from an assassin's bullet on September 10, 1935. His super-rich enemies called him a communist, some radicals called him a fascist, and many poor people called him a savior. None of these descriptions fit Huey Long. He was cut from the same cloth as Thomas Paine, Henry Thoreau, Eugene Debs and other American revolutionaries. Although different in style, Huey's message was the same as these worthies. 

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