Being A Rockefeller, Becoming Myself

Being A Rockefeller, Becoming Myself

A Memoir

Book - 2013
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"Author's memoir about growing up in one of America's most prominent families"--
"A daughter of American royalty, Eileen Rockefeller is one of the first in her family to write a memoir of growing up with fame and fortune and finding her own voice within its storied history"--
Publisher: New York : Blue Rider Press, a member of Penguin Group (USA), [2013]
ISBN: 9780399164088
0399164081
Branch Call Number: HV28.R546 A3 2013
Characteristics: 319 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm

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DAVIDJSJGGDROCKEFELLER Sep 26, 2014

That StarGladiator is a phony. Not a Star and not a Gladiator. Unfortunately, explaining who actually did do any of those assasinations would most likely point to the people you've thought bigger of alll of those years, and it would still have you in denial. Growing an economy is not unsound what is is oppressing the growth of it for no sound reason.

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Sep 19, 2013

Instead of wasting time reading this, one should read Richard James DeSocio's outstanding book, "Rockefellerocracy" to understand she is the spawn of the man who most likely ordered the murders of President John F. Kennedy, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Sen. Bobby Kennedy. The Rockefeller who founded the Council on the Americas, the lobbyist group for the passage of NAFTA, which allowed the foreign ownership of Mexican banks, so that one year after its passage 90% of their banks were foreign-owned, allowing in the big agro corporations to destroy the small farmers, ensuring increased illegal immigration of hordes of workers into America (which took place), along with the temporary offshoring of jobs to Mexico, eventually enroute to China, and so forth!

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