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Unlikely President: Henry A. Wallace Henry Agard Wallace was an Iowa journalist and plant scientist who became Franklin Roosevelt’s secretary of agriculture in 1933, doing much to save farms and farmers during the great depression. Then he was Roosevelt’s vice president 1941-5, but cruelly passed over for renomination in 1944 after which he ran a disastrous third-party campaign in 1948, vilified as a communist dupe or worse. This novel suggests what might have happened if Wallace had been reelected vice president in 1944 and become an unlikely president the following year.

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