I Called Him Grand Dad

I Called Him Grand Dad


In 1961, small town lawyer Harvey Fields died. His memory slowly disappeared over the years. Forty-five years later his political papers were discovered and identified a person that was far different from the aged lawyer from Farmerville, Louisiana. He had been a political activist fighting for the just causes of the American laboring man in Louisiana and America. Fields was a law partner of Huey Long, Chairman of the Louisiana Public Service Commission, State Senator and Federal District Attorney. He was a Democratic Convention Delegate four time and was famous for his floor fights. His calls for a just America eventually cost him his job

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