The Election: The Next Administration

Intimates of the re-elected President, knowing that his eyes were on the far horizon of U. S. interests, this week prepared to see him take on a new role, to become a sort of super-President, a Hemisphere statesman. Tentative talk was heard that Henry Agard Wallace might become the first executive Vice President, an innovation in Government functions whereby all definitely domestic affairs would be turned over to Wallace, who would thus become custodian and watchdog of the New Deal at home.

How such a scheme would work, no one could say. Henry Wallace,...

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