Republican platform of 1936

August 2017
Republican Platform of 1936;8/1/2017, p103
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Presents the platforms of the United States' Republican Party for the year 1936. The party's policies on re-employment and relief, security, labor, agriculture, tariff, monopoly, business, government finances, civil services and foreign affairs.


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