HENRY WALLACE TELLS HOW TO PICK VICE PRESIDENTS

Ex-Vice President HENRY A. WALLACE in This Week:

With several notable exceptions both parties have played politics with the office of vice president. This has chronically resulted in two serious faults: 1) the nomination of a vice president who was a nonentity; 2) the nomination of a vice president who believed in quite different principles from the man with whom he was running. Consider a few examples: Garner was put on the Democratic ticket with Roosevelt in 1932 as a result of a deal. He fought many of the Roosevelt policies in the Senate and if...

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