Parts 1 through 5 (Last One)
By Willie Martin

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Prophecy - Part 1

 [In this speech, Congressman McFadden correctly predicted the rise of the global plantation chain stores, and the future  part they would play in enslaving the American people.]



 Friday, June 8,1934

 Mr. McFADDEN. Mr. Speaker, this analysis is divided into two parts, and represents only a portion of the data I possess showing a well-organized plan for world control. It is given with a view of furnishing a synopsis or outline of a hellish conspiracy to enslave and dominate the free peoples of the earth. There are sufficient facts herein to give the key to the thoughtful student of our national affairs so that he may be on guard against the sinister and ambitious Caesars in our midst.

 This "political economic plan", as it is also called, was prepared under the direction of Israel Moses Sieff, an English  Jew, the director of a chain-store enterprise in England called "Marks & Spencer." This enterprise declared a 40-percent dividend during 1933 and was enabled to do so by the fact that it had handled almost exclusively all imports from Soviet Russia, thus being able to undersell established British competitors. The political economic plan group are a branch of the Fabian Society. In this connection I wish to quote from a Paris publication, Revue Internationale des Societes Secretes, under date of January 25, 1931: On the 1st of November 1930, the Evening Standard, an English daily paper, contained the following lines:

 GOVERNMENT BY FABIANS: "Many Labor members are talking about the dominance in the Government of that very academic body, the Fabian Society. I find that many people believed that this organization, through which many intellectuals entered the socialist movement, had ceased to exist. But it goes on with membership, small but influential - some 5,000.

 Yet practically every recent appointment, either to high or low office, in the Labour administration has been made from the membership of the society, the latest examples of which are the new Air Minister, Lord Amulree, and the new Solicitor General, Sir Stafford Cripps. I am told that at least 90 percent of the members of the Government are in the rolls of the society, and that, contrary to regulations, so are a good many highly placed civil servants. The civil servants would probably defend themselves by saying the society is more intellectual than political.

 This ascendancy is, of course, due to the all-powerful influence of Lord Passfield and his wife, Mrs. Sidney Webb with whom the Fabian Society has been the passion of their lives. What, therefore, is the Fabian Society, the members of which, according to the Evening Standard, govern England? The answer is given us by the society itself in the Basis of the Fabian Society, which is appended to every book and tract it issues, and it runs thus: BASIS OF THE FABIAN SOCIETY: 'The Fabian Society consists of Socialists. It therefore aims at the reorganization of society by the emancipation of land and industrial capital from individual ownership and the vesting of them in the community for the general benefit. In this way only can the natural and acquired advantages of the country be equitably shared by the whole people.

 The society accordingly works for the extinction of private property in land, with equitable consideration of established expectations, and due provision as to the tenure of the home and homestead; for the transfer to the community, by constitutional methods, of all such industries as can be conducted socially; and for the establishment, as the governing consideration in the regulation of production, distribution, and service of the common good instead of private profit.

 The society is a constituent of the Labor Party and of the International Socialist Congress, but it takes part freely in all constitutional movements, social, economic, and political, which can be guided toward its own objects. Its direct business is (a) the propaganda of socialism in its application to current problems; (b) investigation and discovery in social, industrial, political, and economic relations; (c) the working out of Socialist principles in legislation and administrative reconstruction; (d) the publication of the results of its investigations and their practical lesson.

 The society, believing in equal citizenship of men and women in the fullest sense, is open to persons irrespective of sex, race, or creed, who commit themselves to its aims and purposes as stated above and undertake to promote its work.'

 One cannot refrain from noticing the irony of the words, 'by constitutional methods,' contained in the above basis. Everyone knows that the Socialist-Bolshevists of Russia claim to have confiscated and expropriated 'by constitutional means" which are in reality legalized theft. The society took the name of Fabian from the policy of temporizing it adopted, claiming to imitate that of the Roman prodictator Fabius Cunctator, during his fight against Hannibal, whom he eventually defeated at Tarentum, 209 B.C.'

 Frank Podmore, well-known spiritualist and occultist, one of the founders of the Fabian Society, is quoted as saying to the earliest members: 'For the right moment you must wait, as Fabius did most patiently, when warring against Hannibal, though many censured his delays; but when the time comes, you must strike hard, as Fabius did, or your waiting will be in vain and fruitless."

 The Fabian Society waited 40 years, striking a continual series of covert blows at the political, economic, social, and religious structure of England, and in 1924 it came to power with the advent of the first labor government, which can be called the offspring of the Fabian Society. The period of waiting had been fruitful, if long.

 There is no gainsaying that the Fabian Society has been first and foremost a gathering of intellectuals; it might be said of a rebellious intelligentsia, whose accomplishments seem the realization of Weishaupt's dream of masonic illuminism, cleverly combined with Moses Mendelssohn's dream of Jewish illuminism (Haskalah).

 Historically, it was founded in 1883 at the time when, in the realm of philosophy and metaphysics, the political economy of John Stuart Mill, in England, and the positivism of Auguste Comte in France had thrown perturbation in the minds of numerous thinkers and given abundant food to the free thinkers of the epoch. Henry George's book on socialism, Progress and Poverty, was in great vogue. The direct influence leading to the formation of the Fabian Society was, according to E. R. Pease, its historian, exercised by Thomas Davidson, the founder of the Fellowship of the New Life, which society culminated in the Ethical Society of Culture in New York. Considerable impulse was also given to the budding association by its assimilation of Robert Dale Owen's socialistic principles.

Prophecy - Part 2

 It may be of interest to the readers of the R. I. S. S. to remember the fact that among the earliest members of the Fabian Society who had participated in the Fellowship of New Life were freemasons and spiritualists, some becoming later affiliated Madame Blavatsky's Theosophy. The activities of Frank Podmore in both Masonry, occult and spiritual, and Fabian socialism are a study of themselves.

 Among the intellectuals who joined the Fabian Society soon after its inception in 1884 was the Irishman, Bernard Shaw, who was elected a member that year.

 At that time the Fabian Society had completely seceded from the Fellowship of the New Life and formulated its own socialistic program. The following year Sidney Webb, now Lord Passfield, Minister of the Colonies, and Sydney Oliver, now Lord Oliver, who has held several government appointments, were elected members of the Fabian Society. Soon afterward, Mrs. Annie Besant, the present head of the theosophical movement, also was elected a member.

 Fabian socialism at the outset groped its way along all the beaten paths of the social revolutionists who had preceded them. It also made incursions into Babouvism, Marxism, Bakounist anarchism, and the then existing various social democratic group. Being, however, mainly composed of intellectuals, bureaucrats, civil servants, journalists, etc., the Fabians, whose fundamental slogan was the righting of the wrongs of the working class had no keen desire for riotous street manifestations, and confined their earliest activities to drawing-room meetings.

 It does not enter within the limits of the present sketch to retrace the history of the Fabian Society, but the point which should be regarded as of great importance is that out of the drawing-room meetings alluded to above, there emerged the tactic truly Fabian of temporizing and the decision taken and followed of penetrating into or, as Bernard Shaw himself expressed it, "permeating" numerous existing societies with Fabian socialistic ideas and principles.

 This method of penetrating into organizations, political and economic, and boring from within, gave in time remarkable results. Fabians, mainly civil servants, easily found their affinities into liberal circles, and, moreover, owing to their loudly proclaimed socialistic profession of faith, obtained the confidence of the working classes. They were indeed sitting on both sides of the fence and recruiting the good will of both liberal and labor organizations.

 The study of Fabianism is one of almost unparalleled opportunism. Fabians seemed to have formulated no original creed of their own, but were only animated by an unswerving resolve to get to the top and govern England. Consequently, they adjusted themselves to whatever was the creed or tenets of any camp they penetrated into, and by degrees converted its adherents to a turn of mind designed to procure the advancement of Fabian members in political, industrial, or educational lines, with the final result that they secured "key positions." To suit even anarchism, they formed a special Fabian branch which bore the name of Fabian Parliamentary League.

 No field of exploitation seems to have been overlooked by these Socialist intellectual illuminati:

 1). Politics: In politics, their range of activities has been well defined by one of its leaders, Bernard Shaw, in a paper he read at a conference in 1892, at Essex Hall. The policy of "permeation" of the Fabian Society was clearly outlined and much stress laid upon the enumeration of results already achieved. Within a year of this conference, in January 1893, the Independent Labor Party was formed by the grouping of the local Fabian societies then in existence. These groups under the leadership of Keir Hardie, Friedrich Engels (co-worker of Karl Marx) and Marx's daughter, E. Eveling, had accepted as their code Marxism thus summarized:

 "To establish a Socialist state where land and capital will be held by the community."

 On such principles was Russia transformed into Soviet Russia in 1917.

 The author of the History of the Fabian Society does not fail to point it out as the parent society emphasizing the fact that the Marxist Independent Labor Party was but its offspring. Thus, leading on the one hand Marxist Socialism, and having, on the other, so permeated the Liberal Party that they also practically ruled it, the Fabians were soon able to set about taking part in local elections, and proposing their own candidates for appointments on school boards, vestry, county councils, women's liberal federation, liberal and radical unions, etc. They spared no pains in pushing forward the autonomy of municipalities as well as the various schemes for national insurance, old-age pensions, tariff reform, employer's liabilities, workmen's compensation.

 Politically also, through their offspring, the Independent Labour Party, they asserted their defeatist and antipatriotic tenets during the Boer War 1899-1902, when they expressed their wish "to see the Boers successful and the British Army driven into the sea."

 By 1903 the Independent Labour Party, after 10 years of indefatigable efforts among the trade unionists, gave its parent, the Fabian Society, the opportunity and satisfaction of presenting England with a full-fledged labor party. Up to that time, Fabian candidates had contested and won seats in Parliament as Liberals. The practice of the policy of interlocking directorates had never been better evidenced than by the tactics of Fabianism.

 The outbreak of the war in 1914 furnished the illuminati of socialism with the opportunity of manifesting their anti-patriotic feelings much more openly than they had done during the Boer War. It was then that their policy of interlocking directorates bore abundant fruit. What one might call the "melting" property of the Fabian Society became more evident, for as such it did not create a record of anti-patriotism. That particular task was intrusted to its members of the Labor Party and the Independent Labor Party, who took a prominent part in the formation of the "Union of Democratic Control", which counted the Zionist Jew, Israel Zangwill, among its leading bandmasters.

 The shameful defeatist, pro-German activities of the present Prime Minister of England, Ramsay MacDonald, Fabian and Laborite during the World War, and the open support given to bolshevism by his Labor Party have forever sullied the political honor of England and are a matter of history.

 Yet another aspect of Fabianism is the great part it took in the formation and, later, direction of the League of Nations, which Bernard Shaw calls "an incipient international government." Fabians have even been known to revendicate it as one of their creations, but there, at any rate, they are guilty of overrating their powers, for to all readers of the protocols of the Wise Men of Zion it is known beyond the shadow of a doubt that the superstate is a Jewish creation.

Prophecy - Part 3

 So far as we know, the Fabians have not laid any claims to the authorship of the famous protocols written even before the Fabian Society came into existence. Still it is comparatively easy to conjecture that, owing to their close connections with such a Sage of Zion as Israel Zangwill, they may have been led to adopt this deep-rooted idea of his coreligionists. In other words, the permeating Fabian Society became in its turn permeated by Jews. However, so far it has consciously or unconsciously failed to acknowledge that it is nothing more nor less than a tool in the hands of Judeo-Masonry.

 2). Economics: In the realm of the economic, industrial, and financial life of England the Fabian Society played no lesser a part than in politics. With its slogan of "progressive policy" it invaded agriculture, preaching the nationalization of land; in other words, the confiscation of landed property. (Note: At a lecture given before the Comite National d'Etudes in Paris by a Fabian, Mr. Noel Buxton, in May 1928, a member of the audience put it clearly to the orator that the agrarian program of the Labor Party spelled nothing other than expropriation.) It took on, though subsequently dropped guild socialism, but carried much weight with trade- unionism and a kind of syndicalism.

 The first blow to industry was struck in Lancashire in 1890, the stronghold of English industry, with the help of Mrs. A. Besant, as chief spokesman and agitator. Later the cooperative movement was captured and Fabianized and subsequently delivered over to the Independent Labour Party and Labour Party. It is due to the Socialists having been so successful in conquering industry that during the World War sabotage assumed such appalling proportions in the munition factories in England.

 As to the financial "ideals" of the Fabians, whose basic principle is the ruin of capitalism, they became realities when taxation of the people took undue proportions in the shape of income tax, supertax, death duties, which are to be capped by capital levy. The promised benefits to the working class to be derived from such schemes as the national health insurance and workmen's compensation and dole, old-age and widow's pensions, have proved a myth. Yet they have gone a long way toward furthering the plans exposed in the "protocols" which aim at reducing to bondage the "Goyim" rich and poor alike.

 3). Education: In the matter of education the Fabian Illuminati have followed a theory which is none other than that suggested by one of the souls of Bavarian illuminism, Nicolai, in the eighteenth century. Having secured posts in the school boards of the country, it became very easy for Fabian Socialists to instill their educational de-Christianized principles in the school curriculum. Their attack on religious teaching was subtle but deadly, as seen in the education bill of 1902. They boast openly of having in their ranks several Anglican bishops and divines, the list being headed by Bishop Headlam, one of the earliest Fabians. Eventually they won, having, as has always been their wont, resorted to intensive propaganda, generously distributing their tracts and leaflets.

 Under Fabian educational schemes come the formation of the educational groups and of the "nursery", the latter designed as a kind of training school for very young prospective Socialists. Women's groups were also formed, the members of which participated in all movements tending to a fuller feminist emancipation. But by far one of the most important steps taken by the Fabians along educational lines has been their inauguration in existing universities of 'University Socialist Societies", which in 1912 were finally grouped by Clifford Allen into the "Universities Socialist Federation." Fertile seeds of Fabian socialism are also sown at the summer school organized annually by the society, which E. R. Pease rightly terms a "propagandist society." The culminating triumph of the Fabians in the realm of education was the creation of the London School of Economics and Political Science at the London University, where today one of the chief lectures is the Jew Socialist, Harold Laski, member of the executive committee of the Fabian Society and chairman of its publishing committee.

 As was suggested already, and as can be seen from the succinct expos� here given, Fabianism left no field unexplored and unexploited. For 5O years it has treated England to doses of both pure and diluted Marxism, mostly diluted, as the English, by the very nature of their steady and conservative characteristics are not easily aroused to excesses as those perpetrated by the Paris Communards of 1871. But, on the other hand, they have been thoroughly permeated and their poisoning has been one of long process. It is true also to add that the war paved an easy way for the onward progress of socialism.

 The young generations who had still been nurtured in the spirit of Christian tradition and family conservatism perished on the battlefields of France. Their virility would no doubt have constituted the barrier of opposition to this pernicious Fabianism...As to the older generation that preceded that of the young martyrs  falling in the name of patriotism and honor, they knew little and wanted to know still less, keen on believing that nothing could ever shake the security of England. How few among them wanted to understand the Protocols of the Wise Men of Zion, published in 1920, and fight the Christian fight to prevent the full accomplishment of the fateful Judeo-Masonic program therein contained. A limited effort was made by a group of Britons which in no time permeated by emissaries of the powerful enemy and became sick unto death...A noble and steadier effort made by a group publishing the Patriot, and spasmodic outbursts of righteousness made by the Morning Post, is all the resistance that England has been able to oppose to the devastating forces of Judeo-Masonic illuminism; that is, Fabian socialism.

 The results are, to the naked eye, the history of England since the war, politically and economically. Lloyd George's coalition government had been kind to socialism, but the real harvest time came when the Labour Party won the election in 1924 and its members governed or rather misgoverned England. It needed nothing short of the Bolshevist alliance which MacDonald wished to force upon the country to provoke the remaining sound reaction of the English people and prompt them to overthrow the Labour government. But this show of resistance was ephemeral.

 How pitiful it is to know that the return of the Labour Party to power in May 1929 is entirely due to the incompetence of a conservative government, in which the people trusted for the sane administration of the affairs of state. Yet the Prime Minister, leader of the Conservative Party, Mr. Baldwin, could not claim ignorance of the Judeo-masonic plans contained in the protocols of the Wise Men of Zion. He found it easier to deliberately disregard them. Be it as it may, England is once more in the hands of the Labour Party, with the inevitable and ubiquitous Ramsay MacDonald, and according to the latest report issued by the society, "Fabians are members of the Cabinet and 14 others hold offices in the Government without seats in the Cabinet."

 Outside of England the Fabians are affiliated with strong Socialist groups professing the same ideas - in Copenhagen, in Canada and Australia, Japan, the United States of America, Spain, and Germany. It is our opinion that the Fabian Society is in close connection with the French Comite d'Etudes Nationales, which has already been mentioned to the readers of the R. I. S. S. and also with the Club du Faubourg, as well as with the Socialist Party headed by the Jew Leon Blum.

Prophecy - Part 4

 Less than 50 years of combined efforts, made by some intellectual and determined Jews and Masons, has cast over the world a dragnet in which all the nations of the world have been ensnared, and they are to be the prey of triumphant Jews.

 Surely neither the fanatic illuminatus Nicolai nor his friend and master, the Jew Mendelssohn, ever conceived a better accomplishment of their ideals. Yet, judging by the financial and economic situation of England at the close of 1930, the practical experiments of the Fabian-Socialist-Marxist theories of the illuminati governing the country have doomed it to irreparable ruin.

 According to the Clarion, a Fabian weekly organ, still more disturbances are in store for the unhappy English nation. Its Parliament is to be "democratized" and one, or possibly two, "national assemblies" - one for England, another for Scotland - will be created. But, and here comes the anomaly which is nothing short of ludicrous, for Mrs. Sidney Webb, the author of the proposed Fabian plan, announces that the sovereign power will remain vested in the King, Lords, and Commons!...

 Propaganda will once again come into play to sow disorder in the already much troubled minds and empty stomachs of a large number of English people. England as a whole refuses to believe that she is in the grip of bolshevism because she still sees the image of a throne, not realizing that this symbol of fallen royal power is kept by the Socialist for commercial purposes. It cannot be denied that without a court which panders to the futile snobbism of American women, American dollars would not annually pour into England. Thus does the English throne which alone is left undisturbed and unshaken serve several purposes.

 It hypnotizes the people into a false feeling of security, it is also an excellent commercial proposition, and, last but not least, let us remember that it is at the hands of a sovereign that titles are bestowed, and Jews and Fabians alike are eagerly seeking such dignities. Lord Melchett, Marquess of Reading, Lord Passfield, Lord Oliver...such is the ruling aristocracy of England. Without a king they would have remained Mond, Isaacs, Webb, Oliver, which emphasizes the need of at least one Socialist kingdom to serve the various ends of Judeo- masonry which, outside of the lodges where titles are granted, wants to have its own aristocracy with sonorous titles.

 As a last consideration, one fails to see why English economists and financiers express a too naive astonishment at France's policy of recalling from England all her gold resources. It needs no violent stretch of imagination to foresee that at any time such men as MacDonald, Snowden, Henderson, Webb-Passfield, and so forth, all of them Fabians, might decree the nationalization, confiscation, and expropriation by Bolshevist constitutional methods of all public and private property.

 Let us not forget that in conjunction with this eventuality, the insurance companies have already insured themselves against meeting any claims arising from the loss of insured property in cases of "confiscation by the state."

 During 1931 this group of Fabians - among them Gerald Barry, I. Nicholson, and Kenneth Lindsay - used a newspaper at that time owned by Lord Beaverbrook and called "The Week End Review" as a vehicle for their ideas. It is understood that Beaverbrook, upon becoming familiar with their plans, disapproved; whereupon they left his paper and continued to publish their ideas in another on means furnished, according to my informant, by Mrs. Leonard Elmhirst, formerly Dorothy Willard Straight, nee Whitney. Sir Basil P. Blackett, governor of the Bank of England, became chairman of the group in 1931. From this time the organization was called the "political economic plan." Among other members were Israel Moses Sieff, Sir Henry Bunbury, Graeme Haldane, I. Hodges, Lady Reading, Daniel Neal, and H. V. Hodson. Monthly meetings were held, at which Mrs. Elmhirst was present. Finally the group split on international policy, and Sir Basil P. Blackett resigned and Israel Moses Sieff became chairman in July 1932. It is said that since becoming head of the group Sieff has spent �60,000 on the movement. In the fall of 1932 the following people joined the political economic plan: Sir Arthur Salter; Sir Oswald Mosely the head of the new British Union of Fascists; Lord Eustace Percy; Lord Melchett, the son of the late Alfred Mond; and Sir Christopher Turnor.

 The "political economic plan" organization is divided into many separate, well-organized, and well- financed departments. For instance, town and country planning; industry; international relations; transport, controlled by Lord Ashfield; banking; social services, civic division, chairman, Ronald Davison; and an agricultural department, the head of which is Leonard Elmhirst, husband of the former Dorothy Willard Straight. Mrs. Elmhirst manages a school for agriculture on "political economic plan" lines at Dartington Hall Totnes, Devonshire.

 The document Freedom and Planning, heretofore inserted in the RECORD, is entirely secret and, to the best of my belief, has never before been published. However, the "political economic plan" has published broadsheets which in a rather veiled manner treat of some of the subjects dealt with in the secret document. These broadsheets are intended only for members and are almost impossible to procure. In a broadsheet dated April 25, 1933, they define their organization as follows:

 A group of people who are actively engaged in production and distribution, in the social services, in town and country planning, in finance, in education, in research, in persuasion, and in various other key functions within the United Kingdom. Emphasizing the secrecy of the organization on the last page of this broadsheet occurs the following paragraph:

 You may use without acknowledgment anything which appears in this broadsheet on the understanding that the broadsheet and the group are not publicly mentioned, either in writing or otherwise. This strict condition of anonymity, upon which the broadsheet goes to you, is essential in order that the group may prove effective as a nonpartisan organization making its contributions outside the field of personal or party polemics.

 Perhaps the first and only publicity the organization has had was in the Daily Herald April 28, 1933, which published an article referring to a private dinner given at the Savoy by the "political economic plan" on March 29 at which the chairman, Israel Moses Sieff, and the secretary, Kenneth Lindsay, made speeches. The caption in the Daily Herald was "Mystery Group Out to Re-Plan British Industry; P. E. P. at Work on New 'Control.' "

 The "political economic plan" group members hold the meetings in a private room of the House of Commons. One of the first meetings was held on October 31, 1932, with the cognizance of Prime Minister MacDonald. Among those present were Malcolm MacDonald, son of the Prime Minister, J. H. Thomas, Sir Ernest Bennet, Lord Delawarr, Israel Moses Sieff, and Kenneth Lindsay, the secretary of the "Political Economic  Plan."

Prophecy - 5 (Last One)

 The American people may feel exceedingly grateful that someone has shown some degree of patriotic sanity in this respect, and the Ford Motor Co. has a great many of the smaller business enterprises of the Nation with them in their stand.

 We not only see the hurried and frenzied regimentation of industry and agriculture in this Nation by means of codes, but we are also witnessing a most spectacular engagement by government in the private loan field. Billions of dollars are being used to take over debts and pledge the property of industry, farmers, and home owners. This paves the way for the day near at hand when Government corporations will begin to take over and operate industrial enterprises and land and home organizations. We are on the threshold of a modern and Machiavellian feudal system devised and controlled by a group of international usurpers.

 It might be well to observe that those who for 15 years have planned this specific legislation which is now operating to take over and control the most intimate affairs of our national life must have foreseen the conditions under which they could make such a plan possible.

 Therefore, it is reasonable to assume that they had some direct part in bringing about the conditions which make it possible to place the "plan" in operation.  There has not been an administration since our advent into the great World War in which Bernard M. Baruch has not been a chief political, economic, and financial adviser, and every administration that has listened to him has carried us deeper and deeper into financial chaos, and today we are operating on his greatest experiment - a planned economy and industrial and agricultural control. The Juggernaut has been built and it is being moved on its cumbersome wheels. It is only a matter of time until it will give its lurch and roll upon and crush those who have built it.

 Immediately following the World War, Bernard M. Baruch appeared before a select congressional committee and there testified to the fact that he virtually had complete control of the resources of the American Nation during the war. The colloquy with Congressman Jeffries is in part as follows:

 Mr. JEFFRIES. In other words you determined what anybody could have?

 Mr. BARUCH. Exactly; there is no question about that. I assumed that responsibility, sir, and that final determination rested with me.

 Mr. JEFFRIES. What?

 Mr. BARUCH. That final determination, as the President said, rested with me; the determination of whether the Railroad Administration could have it, or the Allies, or whether General Allenby should have locomotives, or whether they should be used in Russia, or used in France.

 Mr. JEFFRIES. You had considerable power?

 Mr. BARUCH. Indeed I did sir.

 Mr. JEFFRIES. And all those different lines, really, ultimately centered in you, so far as power was concerned?

 Mr. BARUCH. Yes, sir; it did. I probably had more power than perhaps any other man did in the war; doubtless that it true.

 It is quite safe to assume today that now in coalition with Frankfurter, Brandeis, Moley, Tugwell, Johnson, Berle, and others of the American group, Mr. Baruch exercises more power than any man in the United States, if not in the world. It is a nice little camouflage for him to talk about getting out of Wall Street and writing the story of his struggling youth. We might as well look for the stream to run up the mountain.

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