Hoovers Millions and how he made them
by James O’Brien
ISBN 0 85905 340 7, (2005 reprint of 1932 edition), soft cover, 516pp, 800grams
$66.00* + POST Direct sale only
Herbert Hoover, President of the United States of America, 1928-1932, worked for Bewick, Moreing and Co. on the Sons of Gwalia mine at Leonora, Western Australia, in 1897 and 1898. The self promoting claims of Hoover and his employers have influenced historians for nigh on a century.
The truth behind Hoovers rise to power was hidden in the archives far away from the American voter. James O’Brien’s assiduous worldwide search for the real Hoover resulted in this book. It exposes his unprincipled path to power and the destructive effects of poorly regulated corporations and unscrupulous adventurers. Suppressed in 1932 and now very rare, this book is a brilliant examination of Hoover and his fellow manipulators. It is all the more important now, when their ilk have the world’s financial system in bondage, again. The lawful results will not be long forthcoming.