Miami Herald, ” He took a shot at a president-elect, and could have changed history”

On the night of Feb. 15, FDR’s life or death rested on the aim of Zangara, an Italian immigrant, an unemployed bricklayer and self-described anarchist itching to assassinate what he saw as a symbol of capitalism.

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