President Franklin D. Roosevelt and vice presidential running mate Harry S. Truman went out on the campaign trail for Roosevelt’s unprecedented fourth term in 1944.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt and vice presidential running mate Harry S. Truman went out on the campaign trail for Roosevelt’s unprecedented fourth term in 1944. The Associated Press
President Franklin D. Roosevelt and vice presidential running mate Harry S. Truman went out on the campaign trail for Roosevelt’s unprecedented fourth term in 1944. The Associated Press

1944 Democratic Convention: Choosing not just a VP candidate but a president-in-waiting

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