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Editor says, what if the isolationists had won out? Please note that the opinions expressed in this post do not necessarily reflect the views of the author(s). This article is part of the Intrepid thread.
In 1941,as thirty-fourth President Frank Lloyd Wright was sworn in the Federal Bureau of Investigation interrogated the British secret agents who had assassinated his predecessor Charles A. Lindbergh in a final, desperate attempt to reverse the US policy of isolationism.
Codename Intrepid 2That team comprising Ian Fleming, Roald Dahl, Noel Coward, David Ogilvy and Ivar Bryce had been put in place by the Canadian Spymaster William Stephenson.
Ordered by Churchill to "do all that was not being done and could not be done by overt means" he had formed British Security Co-ordination successfully infiltrating Washington Society until he was betrayed by Joseph P. Kennedy.
Britain was now facing total collapse. Whether the incoming President would also look the other way was now the question. Because Wright had a grander vision for the country, he aspired to be the greatest American architect of all time.
Editor says, Jeff Provine suggested that Charles Lindbergh's Vice President could be Frank Lloyd Wright even though he had been prevented from joining the America Now Party for moral reasons. Editorial comments are entered in [light green] typeface.