"Hoover's Mistakes" Anti-Roosevelt Willkie Campaign Circular Letter
(Americana - 20th Century - Political History - Presidential Election - Campaign Propaganda - Willkie - Anti-Roosevelt)

New York City, N.Y.: The Sherwood Publishing Co., 1940. F A single sheet, printed one side; extolling the virtues of Herbert Hoover via his conservative approach, as well as that of his wife, especially as regards spending, travel and not taking campaign donations from labor - the commentary broadly anti-New Deal, comparing and denigrating the Roosevelts' activities with the Hoovers (although scrupulously avoiding naming them) and finishing "...If you are interested in electing the right man for President, pass the enclosed copies on to your friends. Yours for Willkie..."; crediting the piece to an editorial in the "Wallace Miner," in Wallace, Idaho; approx. 8 1/2" x 11" size; old fold lines, crinkling; interesting U.S. political history & campaign ephemera. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 23867)


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