Thom Hartmann asks if the United States has become a fascist state, based on the definition laid out by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his Vice President Henry Wallace.
Newstalgia Reference Room with a radio address from 1948 Presidential candidate of the Progressive Party ticket, Henry Wallace. He discusses the state of Big Business and Big Oil in influencing government policy and how the blame is equally shared with Democrats as well as Republicans. Address from July 29, 1948.
April 9, 1947 - Striking Telephone Operators. Striking Coal Miners. Big Four Conference. Henry Wallace in London. Greek Army advancing against rebels. Henry Ford death. David Lilienthal confirmed as head of AEC. Frank Sinatra in court over fist fight.
Rome on Strike - tense with threats of violence. The world somewhat askew, this 12th day of December 1947. First off- the General Strike in Rome had reached its second day with fears of violence just around the corner as a rumored 20,000
A radio by address by Henry A. Wallace entitled "Recessions Don't Stop Themselves" about the then-current economic climate in the United States - from July 29, 1949.
Newstalgia Reference Room - delivering his third of seven addresses on the current state of the country, Progressive Party Candidate Henry Wallace discusses Inflation and what can be done about it. September 27, 1948.
Newstalgia Reference Room - Alf Landon, 1936 Republican Presidential candidate. Radio address from July 31, 1943 - "Vice-President Wallace and Fascism".
(Henry Wallace - Jeffersonian ideals in 1939) [media id=17854] Much of what's been heard regarding Henry Wallace in recent years has mostly been c