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The New Deal: Man with a Hoe

From the hospital bed where he lay dying last month, Henry Wallace wrote a last letter to a 16-year-old grandson in Colorado. "I like your appreciation of the...

Books: What Is Henry Wallace?

HENRY WALLACE (187 pp. — Dwighf Macdonald—Yanguard ($2.50). The political activities of Henry Wallace frighten the Democratic bosses, delight the Republicans,...

THIRD PARTIES: Iowa Hybrid

(See Cover) After hatching out his Progressive Party in Philadelphia last week, Henry Wallace headed for a hilltop in New York's Westchester County. There,...

National Affairs: Old Lochinvar

The tumult and the shouting had died, and, after his cross-country political safari, Henry Wallace was resting at his son's home in Des Moines. He could afford...

FOREIGN RELATIONS: Statesman & Reformer

Elder Statesman Bernard Baruch, who is a stickler for accuracy and integrity, was in an unwanted public row last week. His opponent was ex-Commerce Secretary...

National Affairs: Keep That in Mind

"Henry is just home folks," said the chairman, introducing Henry Agard Wallace. The onetime Secretary of Agriculture and U.S. Vice President took time off last...

THIRD PARTIES: Nobody Here But Us Chicks

In his early 20s, Henry Agard Wallace was an Iowa Republican, a member of his grandfather's Calvinistic church, and mostly occupied in experimenting with...

POLITICAL NOTES: Voice of the People?

The night after Henry Wallace announced himself a candidate for the presidency of the U.S., he turned up with Russophile Singer Paul Robeson on the stage of...

National Affairs: Wallace to Mexico

Last week, without fuss or fanfare, the State Department announced the first great act of the Third Term: "The President has named the Honorable Henry A...

National Affairs: The Stranger

Last week the Democrats nominated an unknown for Vice President. His name was not unknown: a Henry Wallace has been in the news since Grandfather Henry advised...

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