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1940 Presidential election

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Question

1940 Presidential Election

What allowed FDR to run for a unprecedented third term? This paper is about the politics surrounding FDRs third term run and the election with wilkie. What allowed him to break the precedent of a 2 term limit. The thesis is basically that due to foreign conflicts the beginning of (WWII) the public was willing to elect FDR to a 3rd term.
Was it the FDR”s strength or willies weakness that helped FDR get elected. Was it a landslide or a close battle. Where all democrats on board or was there opposition. What was the context of the times. These are some questions that can be answered.

Solution

Title; 1940 Presidential Election

Length; 15 pages (4125 words)

Style; Turabian