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This article is a segment from a longer piece regarding the 1944 presidential election and the widespread disillusionment held by many Black voters regarding the failings of FDR and his administration:

"...the Negro vote, about two million strong, is shifting back into the Republican column."

The report is largely based upon the observations of one HARPER'S MAGAZINE correspondent named Earl Brown.

     


FDR, African-Americans,  and the 1944 Election (Yank Magazine, 1944)

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