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BOX 14-24 Wendell L. Willkie File, 1930-1944
Articles, speeches, certificates and awards, and printed matter pertaining to Wendell L. Willkie.
Arranged by type of material.
BOX 14 World tour, 1942
(9 folders)
BOX 15 (1 folder)
Middle East
(9 folders)
(4 folders)
BOX 16 Research concerning William M. Brooks
Correspondence, 1938-1942
Printed matter
BOX 17 Articles and talks, 1930-1940
Alphabetical by title
“America Unafraid”
“The American College”
“America's Farm Problems”
“America's Purpose”
“The Christian Colleges”
“The Coming Presidential Election”
“Economic Freedom for the World”
“Fight for Freedom”
“Free Men”
“The Function of a Political Party”
“The Future of the Utilities”
“Government and Private Ownership”
“Government and the Public Utilities”
“Government's Relation to the Power Industry”
“The Great American Tripod”
“How Can Government and Business Work Together”
“Mobilization of Human Needs”
BOX 18 “The New Fear”
“The Next Step toward the World We Want”
“Old Stencils”
“The Opposition Party”
“The Other Side of the T.V.A. Program”
“Our Fiscal Policy”
“A Plea for the Solution of the Public Utility Problem”
“The Public Utility Problem”
“A Renewed Pledge to Liberalism”
“Report to the People”
“The Road to Victory”
“Sacrifice for Service”
“Some of the Issues of 1940"
“Statement on Power Question”
“The Utilities and the T.V.A. Situation”
“What Helps Business Helps Your Campaign”
“What Is America's Foreign Policy?”
“The Wheeler-Rayburn Bill”
1933, June 26-1940, Nov. 2
BOX 19 1940, Nov. 11-1943, June 5
BOX 20 1943, June 26-1944, Feb. 11
Untitled and undated
Alphabetical by title
“Airways to Peace”
“Americans, Stop Being Afraid”
“Better Management, Please, Mr. President!”
“Brace Up, America”
“The Case for the Minorities”
“A Code for the Conduct of War”
“A ’Conservative' Business Man Reflects upon Liberalism”
“The Court Is Now His”
“Don't Stir Distrust of Russia”
“Economy of Demobilization”
“Fair Trail”
“The Faith That Is America”
“The Federal Government and Utilities”
“Five Minutes to Midnight”
“Foreign Policy”
BOX 21 “Friends for Tomorrow”
“The Future of the Holding Company”
“Give Your Children a World Outlook”
“Horse Power and Horse Sense”
“How the Republican Party Can Win in 1944"
“Idle Money-Idle Man”
“In Union”
“Lessons of the TVA”
“Let's Keep the Ball”
“Let's Look Ahead”
“Life on the Russian Frontier”
“A Message to the British People”
“Patriotism or Politics”
“Political Power”
“The Remedy against Government Competition”
“Set Enterprise Free”
“The Strength That Comes from Adversity”
“The TVA Giant and What It Costs to Feed Him”
“Tariff and International Trade”
“There Is No Power Shortage”
“To Keep the Record Straight”
“A Tribute to Missions”
“United China Relief”
“Utilities and the Public”
“We Can't Have Unity under Roosevelt”
“We Must Fight Our Way Not Only to Victory, but to a New World Idea”
“We Must Go Forward”
“We Must Work with Russia”
“We the People”
“What I Learned about the Nazis From Stalin”
“The Whole World Must Be Free”
“Why the Wheeler-Rayburn Bill Must Be Stopped”
“Willkie Points Path to Recovery”
“Winning on the Morale Front”
Chronological, 1934, Nov.-1944, Sept. 1
Untitled and undated
Book review, Mr. Pitt and America's Birthright by John Cuthbert Long
Lists of speeches and articles
BOX 22 Book file
An American Program
One World
Reading draft for Book-of-the-Month Club
Radio script
BOX 23 Screenplay
Scrapbook See Oversize
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