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Historical fiction, taking account of Mexican spiritualism. Ignore the denyers and give it a shot!
Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2020
For those of you calling this racist or anti-white, or even going so far as to think it's somehow taking a swipe at Trump, you really should learn some history. The LA represented thus far is pretty accurate as to what LA was in 1938. Racial tensions were high, communities were segregated, and anti-Semites were promoting that America should stay out of WWII.
And Trump didn't invent the concept or term "America First." It came from this very time and place:
"The America First Committee (AFC), which was founded in 1940, opposed any U.S. involvement in World War II, and was harshly critical of the Roosevelt administration, which it accused of pressing the U.S. toward war. At its peak, it had 800,000 members across the country, included socialists, conservatives, and some of the most prominent Americans from some of the most prominent families. There was future President Ford; Sargent Shriver, who’d go on to lead the Peace Corps; and Potter Stewart, the future U.S. Supreme Court justice. It was funded by the families who owned Sears-Roebuck and the Chicago Tribune, but also counted among its ranks prominent anti-Semites of the day."