American-Made by Nick Taylor
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When President Roosevelt took the oath of office in March 1933, he was facing a devastated nation. Four years into the Great Depression, a staggering 13 million American workers were jobless and many millions more of their family members were equally in need. Desperation ruled the land.
"Starred Review. Vividly rendereda near-definitive account of one of the most massive government interventions into domestic affairs on American history
. The book is filled with plucky, fast-talking characters who by dint of charm and grit pulled themselves up by their bootstraps to participate." - Kirkus Reviews.
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Nick Taylor Author Biography
Nick Taylor is a best-selling author and President of the Authors Guild, the oldest and largest organization of published writers in the United States, and an advocate of copyright and fair contracts. In addition, he is a director of the Authors Guild Foundation and a member of the literary organization PEN.
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