Garet Garrett (1878-1954) is a voice largely forgotten or altogether unknown today. Born in Illinois, by the age of twenty-five he was a staff writer for the New York Sun. Thirteen years later he was an executive editor at the New York Tribune, after having been a financial writer for the New York Times. After the advent of the New Deal, Garrett, then writing for The Saturday Evening Post, was a strong voice for limited government and an staunch opponent to Roosevelt’s agenda. Garrett authored a total of sixteen books including A Bubble That Broke The World, A Time Is Born, The People's Pottage, and The American Story.
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