Running for President During WWII

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With World War II coming to a close, America held its presidential election in 1944, voting on who would determine the fate of a post-war world. Franklin D. Roosevelt, seeking his 4th term, faced off against Thomas E. Dewey, the Governor of New York. As you'll see, the hype leading up to the election was not unlike what Americans experience today.

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