FRANK & AL: FDR, Al Smith, and the Unlikely Alliance That Created the Modern Democratic Party
The relationship between Al Smith and Franklin Roosevelt is one of the most dramatic untold stories of early-twentieth century American politics. Smith and FDR dominated politics in the most powerful state in the union for a quarter century, and in 1932 they ran against each other for the Democratic presidential nomination, setting off one of the great feuds in American history. Photos.
Publisher: St. Martin's
Item #: 3787133
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