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Paths crossed and mind blown: “American Fascism, in 1944 and Today”

Henry Wallace, FDR’s second vice president, was a genuine liberal, a pretty remarkable guy. My path crossed with his several times a day, over a lot of years, because his portrait hung on the wall of the downstairs hallway in … Continue reading

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