Harold Ickes Campaigns Against Wendell Willkie's Record Late in the 1940 Presidential Campaign
FDR's Secretary of the Interior, Harold Ickes campaigns against Wendell Willkie's record late in the 1940 Presidential campaign. Ickes is introduced by the mayor of St. Louis. Ickes cites public utilities as the source of public corruption ties Wilkie to Samuel Insull and Moe Annenberg and talks about his advocacy of Consumers Power of Michigan.

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