by Gary North
Back in the late 1950′s, I used to sell records to Leonard Wibberley. He had a long gray beard, and he drove a white Jaguar convertible.
You have probably never heard of Leonard Wibberley. But he was important in my life. He taught me about American foreign policy.
He was a novelist. His most famous creation, out of 100 books, was the Duchy of Grand Fenwick. He wrote five novels about this remarkable little country. In his novels, he offered insights into American foreign policy. This was impressive, because Wibberley was Irish. But he had lived long enough in the United States to figure out how the system worked.
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