Henry Wallace portrait, Face-to-Face talk

Henry Wallace portrait, Face-to-Face talk

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Brandon Fortune, curator at NPG, discusses a sculpture of Henry Wallace by Jo Davidson. On becoming Franklin Roosevelt's secretary of agriculture in 1933, Wallace told reporters that if he could not help the nation's Depression-ridden farmers, he would "go back home and raise corn." Wallace developed the controversial policy of limiting production, paying farmers to destroy crops and slaughter livestock. He became Roosevelt's running mate in 1940 but was dropped from the ticket in 1944. NPG ... Más informaciones

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