Henry Agard Wallace was elected vice president in 1940 and served in this capacity during Franklin Delano Roosevelt's third term in office. He died in 1965.
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The Geometry of the Henry Wallace Nomination
Lyndon H. LaRouche on why Roosevelt dumped Wallace as his Vice-President in 1944.
Henry A. Wallace
Biographical article from Wikipedia on the 33rd vice president, who ran for president as a Progressive in 1948.
Henry A. Wallace: The Last Seven Months of his Presidential Campaign
A critical analysis of the concluding months of Wallace's 1948 presidential campaign, prepared by Americans for Democratic Action. From the Truman Presidential Library & Museum Web site.
TIME Magazine Cover: Henry Wallace - Aug. 9, 1948
Image of the presidential candidate on the cover of Time.
Vice Presidents of the United States: Henry Agard Wallace
Biographical essay from the Senate's historical office. [PDF]
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