Westbrook Pegler - Writings

Writings

Pegler published three volumes of his collected writings:

  • The Dissenting Opinions of Mr. Westbrook Pegler
  • T'ain't Right
  • George Spelvin, American and Fireside Chats

Pegler's Literary agent was George T. Bye, who was also Eleanor Roosevelt's agent.

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