Henry Agard Wallace was elected vice president in 1940 and served in this capacity during Franklin Delano Roosevelt's third term in office. He died in 1965.
Biographical article from Wikipedia on the 33rd vice president, who ran for president as a Progressive in 1948.
A critical analysis of the concluding months of Wallace's 1948 presidential campaign, prepared by Americans for Democratic Action. From the Truman Presidential Library & Museum Web site.
Lyndon H. LaRouche on why Roosevelt dumped Wallace as his Vice-President in 1944.
Image of the presidential candidate on the cover of Time.
Biographical essay from the Senate's historical office.
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