Voting in 1944

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Electing a National Administration in Wartime

With millions of citizens in the armed forces, most of them abroad and many of them fighting in remote corners of the world, and with other millions involved in large-scale migrations to war production centers, the presidential election of 1944 promises to be held under conditions entirely novel in American history. Even if peace should have been restored in the Pacific as well as in Europe before the election, a ...

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