TITLE

The 600 Days

PUB. DATE
December 1938
SOURCE
New Republic;12/14/38, Vol. 97 Issue 1254, p171
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Presents information on the liberal New Dealers search for a co-believer to be nominated as a presidential candidate, at the next Democratic national convention, about 600 days distant. Comments on undisclosed will of President Franklin D. Roosevelt to stand for a third time; Discussion on the chances of Harry Hopkins and Uncle Dan Roper for the candidacy; Comments on the candidacy of Solicitor General Jackson; View that while Henry A. Wallace is heartily disliked by many of the inside New Deal group, it is recognized that his candidacy must be painstakingly promoted.
ACCESSION #
15005253

 

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