The Anti-Fourth Term Drive

Dilliard, Irving
March 1943
New Republic;3/29/43, Vol. 108 Issue 13, p409
Focuses on the resolution calling on the U.S. Congress to submit an amendment in relation to Middle West, to limit the tenure of one man in the U.S. presidency to two four-year terms. Ratification of a two-term-limitation amendment; Proposal for a two-term limitation for White House tenure; Submission of amendments to the Constitution by the U.S. Congress; Emphasis on the defeat suffered by the U.S. administration in the congressional election last November.


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