real Huey P. Long

by Sender Garlin

Publisher: Workers Library Publishers in New York

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  • Long, Huey Pierce, -- 1893-1935.,
  • Populism -- United States,
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945.

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Statementby Sender Garlin.
The Physical Object
Pagination46, [2] p. (incl. covers, p. [48] advertisements)
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On this day in , the Louisiana House of Representatives voted to impeach Gov. Huey Long on charges ranging from misuse of state funds to bribery and blasphemy. At about p.m. on Sept. 8, , a bullet ripped through the abdomen of U.S. Sen. Huey P. Long as he stood in a corridor of the Louisiana state Capitol, inflicting a .   Huey P. Long giving a speech in He seized near-dictatorial power in Louisiana, leading President Franklin D. Roosevelt to call him the most dangerous man in America. Credit. Huey Long Shot Here: See the Bullet Hole. Baton Rouge, Louisiana. At the time of his death Huey Long was a United States Senator from Louisiana. He had no business being in the Louisiana state capitol, running the state like a dictator, but that's what he was doing on the night of September 8,

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The seventh of nine children, Huey Long was born on Aug. 30,in Winnfield, a poor parish in Louisiana. Huey toiled on the farm until he was He excelled as a school debater and read widely in the Bible, Shakespeare, and Victor Hugo. He worked as a typesetter and an itinerant salesman and briefly attended the University of Oklahoma.

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