By Kenneth R. Crispell
Hidden ailment within the White House comprises startling new info at the severity of Roosevelt’s disease in the course of the an important Yalta negotiations and the truth that Kennedy suffered from Addison’s affliction, a life-threatening disorder, lengthy earlier than he was once elected to the presidency. In each one case the authors exhibit principally profitable attempt was once made to hide the president’s precise clinical from the public.
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