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Democracy reborn,

Author: Henry A Wallace; Russell Lord
Publisher: New York, Reynal & Hitchcock [1944]
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Wallace, Henry Agard, 1888-1965.
Democracy reborn.
New York, Reynal & Hitchcock [1944]
(OCoLC)564560114
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry A Wallace; Russell Lord
OCLC Number: 1547048
Notes: At head of title: Henry A. Wallace.
"Speeches and articles ... from March 10, 1933 to May 15, 1944"--Page 17.
Description: vii, 280 pages frontispiece, portraits 22 cm
Contents: Introduction: "Young Henry" --
1. America tomorrow: What America wants ; What America can have ; America can get it --
2. 1933: The farm crisis ; A declaration of independence ; A challenge to science ; The cotton plow-up ; The engineering-scientific approach --
3. 1943: Prophets and reformers ; Statesmanship and religion ; America must choose ; If war should come ; A talk to mortgage brokers ; A foundation of stability ; The nation's diet --
4. 1935: With all this land to mend ; On the move ; Seminar in economics ; Pigs and pig iron --
5. 1936: Unconstitutional ; Re-enactment ; Soil and the general welfare ; Flood ; Joseph, Confucius and the Farm Board --
6. 1937: Technology, corporations and the general welfare ; Reconciliation of conflict ; The power of books --
7. 1938: Capitalism, religion and democracy ; A new world, a new spirit, a new generation ; An approach to eugenics --
8. 1939: The genetic basis of democracy ; Pan America ; Soil defense --
9. 1940: The hard choice ; The strength and quietness of grass --
10. 1941: Our second chance ; Foundations of the peace --
11. 1942: To men at arms ; The price of free world victory ; Russia ; World organization --
12. 1943: Business measures ; The new isolationism ; Three philosophies ; The Latin Americans ; George ; America tomorrow ; Transportation ; We must save free enterprise --
13. 1944: Jackson Day ; Lincoln ; TVA ; The danger of American fascism ; Broadcast to the little businessmen of the nation ; Invisible governments.
Responsibility: selected from public papers and edited with an introduction and notes by Russell Lord.

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