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Henry Wallace (1888 1965) was FDR's second Vice President (1941 - 1945) and as a seasoned Washington politician he must have known that his political career was coming to an end when the attached editorial hit the newsstands in early October of 1948. Written by William L. Chenery, publisher of COLLIER'S MAGAZINE, one of the most staid, middle class news and fiction organs around - it was not the sort of organization that looked upon libel lightly; Chenery meant what he wrote when he slandered the former vice president as "the spokesman of Russia".

Wallace, who at the time was taking a licking as the Progressive Party nominee for president in the 1948 race (endorsed by the Communist Party USA), left politics shortly afterward. In 1952 he wrote a book in which he admitted how wrong he was to have ever trusted Joseph Stalin.

     


Henry Wallace: 'The Ears of Russia' (Collier's Magazine, 1948)

Henry Wallace: 'The Ears of Russia' (Collier's Magazine, 1948)

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