How They Are Voting

Davis, Jerome
September 1940
New Republic;9/23/40, Vol. 103 Issue 13, p412
The article presents the views of the author on reelecting U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the presidential elections. The author states that Roosevelt has made efforts to make the common resources of the country accessible to all the people. He believes that Roosevelt has done more for American labor than any other president. On the other hand, he describes rival presidential candidate Wendell Willkie as someone who has not shown support for the social legislation.


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