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Henry Wallace"s 1948 presidential campaign and the future of postwar liberalism

Thomas W. Devine

Henry Wallace"s 1948 presidential campaign and the future of postwar liberalism

by Thomas W. Devine

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • Presidents,
  • Political campaigns,
  • Election

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementThomas W. Devine
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE748.W23 D48 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 408 pages
    Number of Pages408
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27153834M
    ISBN 101469602032
    ISBN 109781469602035
    LC Control Number2012046984
    OCLC/WorldCa826859568, 811591302

    Progressive Party, (), in the United States, a dissident political faction founded in by Henry A. Wallace, who had broken with the Democratic administration of President Harry S. Truman. Unlike the Progressive organizations of and , Wallace’s party campaigned on changes in foreign. This was the relationship between Henry Wallace and the presidential election This is how the Korean War reflected U.S. Cold War policy The Korean War reflected U.S. Cold War policy of containment, which was invented to stop what Americans believed to be a conspiracy.

    The United States Progressive Party of was a left-wing political party that served as a vehicle for former Vice President Henry A. Wallace's presidential campaign. The party sought desegregation, the establishment of a national health insurance system, an expansion of the welfare system, and the nationalization of the energy : Henry A. Wallace (IA). Henry Wallace's Presidential Campaign and the Future of Postwar Liberalism by Thomas W. Devine avg rating — 16 ratings — published

    In fact, one of the arguments I make in my book, as regular readers of this blog must know by now, is that the culture wars of the s and s were one of the chief legacies of the sixties, when the postwar liberal consensus died an ignominious death. I title my forthcoming talk: “The End of Consensus and the Origins of the Culture Wars.”. Recognizing that his chances at capturing the Democratic presidential nomination in were marginal at best, Wallace instead ran as the candidate of the Progressive party against President Truman, Thomas Dewey, and Strom Thurmond, but failed to capture any electoral votes. Wallace's break from the party also signaled the final break with.


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Henry Wallace's Presidential Campaign and the Future of Postwar Liberalism Book Description: In the presidential campaign ofHenry Wallace set out to challenge the conventional wisdom of his time, blaming the United States, instead of the Soviet Union, for the Cold War, denouncing the popular Marshall Plan, and calling for an end to segregation.

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Henry Wallace’s Presidential Campaign and the Future of Postwar Liberalism. By Thomas W. Devine. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, Pp. $ cloth; $ ebook) This book will be the definitive account of Henry Wallace’s presidential campaign.

Academic attention to Henry A. Wallace's short-lived Progressive Party, under whose nomination he ran for president inhas not been prolific in recent years.

The election has been remembered more for Harry S. Truman's victory and the influences of the early Cold War and civil rights movements, including the dramatic Dixiecrat walkout. Wed, J - Progressive Henry Wallace ran for president in on a platform that advocated an end to the Cold War (he thought domestic fascism was more dangerous than any threat from the USSR), a stop to racial segregation, full voting rights for blacks, and universal government health insurance.

On many issues, he was decades ahead of his time. In the presidential campaign ofHenry Wallace set out to challenge the conventional wisdom of his time, blaming the United States, instead of the Soviet Union, for the Cold War, denouncing the popular Marshall Plan, and calling for an end to segregation.

In addition, he argued that domestic fascism--rather than international Brand: The University of North Carolina Press. Lee "Henry Wallace's Presidential Campaign and the Future of Postwar Liberalism" por Thomas W.

Devine disponible en Rakuten Kobo. In the presidential campaign ofHenry Wallace set out to challenge the conventional wisdom of his time, blaming th Brand: The University of North Carolina Press. Book Title: Henry Wallace s Presidential Campaign and the Future of Postwar Liberalism: Author: Thomas W.

Devine: Publisher: UNC Press Books Pages: ISBN: Available Language: English, Spanish, And French: DOWNLOAD READ ONLINE. EBOOK SYNOPSIS: In the presidential campaign ofHenry Wallace set out to challenge.

On the Wallace campaign and its significance for post-war liberalism, see also Alonzo L. Hamby, Beyond the new deal: Harry S.

Truman and American liberalism (New York, NY, ); Allen Yarnell, Democrats and progressives: the presidential election as a test of postwar liberalism (Berkeley, CA, ); Delton, Jennifer, ‘ Rethinking post Cited by: 1.

The Southern Democrats refused to support him because he was in favor of civil rights for blacks, so they nominated Governor J. Strom Thurmond from South Carolina, on a States Rights' party ticket. Former Vice President Henry A. Wallace ran as nominee of the new Progressive party.

Wallace assailed dollar imperialism and seemed to be pro-Soviet. This book is a clear, direct, and detailed discussion of Henry Wallace's Presidential campaign.

This book gives a strong, and comprehensively sourced, rectification of Oliver Stone's claims on Henry Wallace's chances (in The Untold History of the United States) to become President/5(12). In the presidential campaign ofcandidate Henry Wallace criticized President Truman for A) being a communist B) failing to win the war in Korea C) his militant containment policies toward the Soviet Union D) losing China to communism E) his plans to integrate the military.

Henry A. Wallace’s campaign for the presidency inamid the intense political battles of the immediate postwar years, gave Americans a genuine alternative to the status quo.

Wallace’s was a “voice in the wilderness of doubt,” the California Eagle, a left-wing African-American weekly, concluded on the eve of the election.

Series II.B. Clippings about Henry A. Wallace. box. Newspaper articles written about Henry Agard Wallace as a vice presidential candidate and as Vice President. Includes campaign travels and the December diplomatic trip to Mexico. Arranged by year, then by month.

Series II.C. Clippings by Henry A. Wallace. 1 box.The campaign, then, is a Wallace-seeking-his-destiny campaign. It is not a Communist Party campaign, despite the closeness with which he has hewn to. The legacy of Henry Wallace and the Progressive Party solid support during the campaign.

Early polls gave Wallace 20 percent candidate for president, Henry A. Wallace.