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soviet union, and the fourth country was going to be china, which he felt was an up-and-coming power and deserving of being among the four policeman, or the security council of the united nations. there come he brought stroked the idea that he is kicking in his mind for this postwar organization. i think it is very telling that roosevelt is thinking so far ahead. this is 1943 and the war is far from over, but he is our rethinking the on the horizon and what comes after the war. in 1944, in the midst of world war ii, fdr runs for an unprecedented fourth term as president of the united states. you can see in this photograph, the president by this time is in ill health. he is suffering from heart disease, and he's really slowing down, although the public isn't quite aware of how ill he is. roosevelt runs in 1944, and at the democratic convention, there was a big fight over who was going to be his running mate. his sitting vice president was henry wallace, a very liberal figure within the democratic party. and there were members of the party who were more conservative who really did not
britain, the soviet union, and the fourth country was going to be china which he felt was an up and coming power and deserving fouring among these policemen or the security council of the united nations. these were the ideas he was kicking around for this postwar organization. i think it is very telling that he was thinking so far ahead. this was 1943. the war was far from over but he was already thinking about what would come after the war. in 1944, in the midst of world war ii, he runs for an unprecedented fourth term as president. as you can see in this photograph, the president is in ill health. he is suffering from heart disease. and he is really slowing down , although the public is not quite aware of how ill he is. roosevelt runs in 1944 and at the 1944 democratic convention, there was a big fight over who was going to be his running mate. his sitting vice president was henry wallace, a very liberal figure in the democratic party. there were members of the party who were more conservative that did not want wallace in that position. they were looking for a more conservative vice pres
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)