I cannot find the article when I type FRD or even Roosevelt whereas the keywords are in the title:
FDR, (Franklin Delano Roosevelt) my exploited father-in-law by Col. Curtis Dall
http://hubpages.com/hub/FDR__my_exploit … urtis_Dall
Has the index engine missed it ?
When i click that link you have given this is the message I get.
Sorry, the page you are looking for is no longer published.
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