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Franklin D. Roosevelt Letter Criticizing Democratic Party and Declining 1940 Democratic Party Nomination

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In these days of danger when democracy must be more than vigilant, there can be no connivance with the kind of politics which has internally weakened nations abroad before the enemy has struck from without.

It is best for America to have the fight out here and now.

I wish to give the Democratic Party the opportunity to make its historic decision clearly and without equivocation. The party must go wholly one way or wholly the other. It cannot face in both directions at the same time.

By declining the honor of the nomination for the presidency, I can restore that opportunity to the convention. I so do.

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Frightening to think of the effects of Roosevelt's... by Michael Gillespie on Monday, Nov 12, 2012 at 1:17:51 PM
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