Author: Professor Wesley M. Bagby
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press; O edition (June 1, 1962)
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Well before the campaign was officially under way, it became apparent that the 1920 election would be a referendum on the policies of Pres. Wilson’s second term as president had attracted much criticism, beginning with the reversal of his 1916 campaign promise to keep the country out of what would later become known as World War I. His failure to involve congressional voices in his negotiation of the Treaty of Versailles (1919), the postwar peace settlement, alienated members of both parties.
Wesley M. Bagby, The Road to Normalcy: The Presidential Campaign and Election of 1920 (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1962), 153–5
Wesley M. Bagby, The Road to Normalcy: The Presidential Campaign and Election of 1920 (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1962), 153–5. The 1920 election posed a dilemma for the Devoy-Cohalan faction of Irish-Americans: The Democratic party endorsed Wilson and the League of Nations, and Harding refused to court its support; see Devoy to Cohalan, July 4, 1920, Oct. 31, 1920, John Devoy-D. F. Cohalan Letters (National Library of Ireland, Dublin, Ms. 15,416); The Gaelic American (New York), Oct. 9, 1920, 4; Oct.
The presidential election of 1920 is also noteworthy for the third party . Bagby, Rexby; The Road to Normalcy: The Presidential Campaign and Election of 1920, pp. 158-159.
The presidential election of 1920 is also noteworthy for the third party candidacy of the perennial Socialist candidate, Eugene V. Debs.
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