Not So Free Election

Lampell, Mill
October 1940
New Republic;10/21/40, Vol. 103 Issue 17, p547
Discusses the impact of minority parties on the U.S. politics. Role of minority parties in bringing radical social reforms in the U.S.; Hurdles faced by minority parties in fulfilling their political ambitions of running their candidates for the ballot in several states; Suppression of Communist and Socialist parties by using illegal means; Commitment of crime against election workers of minority parties; Restriction imposed on independent petition-signers on voting in the primaries.


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