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Henry A. Wallace


Henry Agard Wallace (October 7, 1888 – November 18, 1965) was the 33rd Vice President of .... Roosevelt also introduced Wallace to The Glory Road (1935), a novel by popular Broadway playwright...

Henry Wallace, America's Forgotten Visionary - Truthout


Feb 3, 2013 ... In the late 1930s and early 1940s, only FDR eclipsed Wallace - Roosevelt's secretary of agriculture (1933-1940) and then his vice president ...

VP Henry Wallace - U.S. Senate


In 1940, when Vice President John Nance Garner broke with President Franklin D. Roosevelt and withdrew to Texas, Roosevelt designated Wallace as his ...

Uncommon Man - The New Yorker


Oct 14, 2013 ... Nonetheless, Roosevelt's faith in Wallace gave him stature. One adviser implied that Wallace had been picked as Roosevelt's running mate in ...

Henry Wallace Would Never Have Dropped the Bomb on Japan


Nov 7, 2003 ... In 1944, Henry A. Wallace, Vice President of the United States, was, next to President Franklin Roosevelt, the most popular New Deal Democrat ...

Henry Wallace (1888-1965) - The George Washington University


The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project ... Born in 1888 in Iowa, Henry Wallace would first achieve success as an editor before ultimately becoming one of the ...

Henry A. Wallace, TITLE - New Deal Network


Henry A. Wallace and FDR at Val-Kill Cottage, Hyde Park, August ... Kenneth Galbraith, "second only to Roosevelt as the most important figure of the New Deal .

Henry A. Wallace - New Deal Network


Selected Works of Henry A. Wallace ... Henry Agard Wallace ... John Kenneth Galbraith, "second only to Roosevelt as the most important figure of the New Deal .

The Real Henry Wallace - | National Review


Jan 17, 2013 ... J. Edgar Hoover warned Roosevelt that Wallace was friendly with ... In his usual sadistic manner, Roosevelt gave Wallace all the hints he felt ...

WALLACE, Henry Agard - Biographical Information


WALLACE, Henry Agard, a Vice President of the United States; born on a farm ... of President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 and served until September 1940, ...

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Henry Wallace - America's Worst Vice Presidents - TIME


A colleague once described Henry Wallace as "a person answering calls the rest of us don't hear." Wallace did indeed feel a calling: the Iowa-born son of a ...

Henry A. Wallace | vice president of United States | Britannica.com


Mar 7, 2016 ... 33rd vice president of the United States (1941–45) in the Democratic administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt, who epitomized the “common ...

Former VP Henry Wallace, Forgotten Zionist, Stars in Oliver Stone's ...


Nov 18, 2012 ... From left to right, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Harry Truman, and Henry Wallace. Photo: Abbie Rowe/Wikimedia Commons. Oliver Stone's ...