Campaign Addresses Of Governor Alfred E. Smith, Democratic Candidate For President 1928

by Alfred E. Smith

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-Governor Alfred E. Smith of New York was Democratic candidate for President and also a Catholic. This could have been an issue. -Marshall: No Catholic can be President because of encyclical regarding Pope's views on Church vs. state-Is Catholic Church accepting of other religions out of right, or favor? SEES GREAT PROBLEM CHARLOTTE, N. C^ Jure —(A* —Th# greatest moral problem with which the people of American have ever been confronted was precipitated upon them with the nomination of Governor Alfred E. Smith of New York as the democratic candidate for 6resident of the United State*. jab op Edwin D. Mouton. Methodist Episcopal church. - Explore Nature's Touch Landscaping, In's board "Alfred E Newman - MAD Magizine", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Newman, Mad magazine, Mad pins. Joseph Taylor Robinson (Aug – J ), also known as Joe T. Robinson, was an American politician from Arkansas.A member of the Democratic Party, he served as the 23rd Governor of Arkansas, as the Majority Leader of the United States Senate, and was the Democratic vice presidential nominee in the presidential election.. After studying law at the University of Virginia.

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Write with any Rating: % positive. The election was a match-up between Democratic candidate Alfred E. Smith and Herbert Hoover. The candidates presented sharply different images. Identify the characteristics of each of the candidates. Background. Al Smith was the governor of New York from to and to His running mate, Joseph Taylor Robinson, was a senator from Arkansas and future Senate Majority Leader.

After failing to secure the nomination at the Democratic National Convention, which featured a ballot deadlock between Smith and William McAdoo, Smith ran again for the presidency in Affiliation: Democratic Party.

Get this from a library. Campaign addresses of Governor Alfred E. Smith, Democratic candidate for President, [Alfred Emanuel Smith] -- In the following pages will be found the principal addresses which I made in the campaign for the Presidency in the fall of nineteen hundred and twenty-eight.

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Smith, Democratic Candidate for President has 3 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. When New York Governor Alfred E. Smith ran for president as the Democratic nominee inhe did so as a “Wet” candidate—meaning that he supported the repeal of Prohibition.

Al Smith, in full Alfred Emanuel Smith, (born DecemNew York, New York, U.S.—died October 4,New York City), U.S. politician, four-time Democratic governor of New York and the first Roman Catholic to run for the U.S.

presidency (). When his father died, young Smith interrupted his schooling and went to work for seven years at the Fulton fish market in New York City.

Smith was elected governor of New York for four terms (, ). As governor he attempted to bring an end to child labour, improve factory laws, housing and the care of the mentally ill. Smith was a popular figure in the Democratic Party and in Franklin D.

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Title Hon. Alfred E. Smith, governor of New York and Democratic candidate for president of the United States, Summary Half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing left; using telephone.

Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. The Democratic favourite, four-term governor of New York Al Smith, was a Catholic and an anti-Prohibition (or “wet”) Hoover, Smith ran in 12 primaries, winning nine and garnering percent of the vote despite opposition from Democratic power player William McAdoo—against whom he had run for the nomination for president.

Smith, Alfred E. Campaign Addresses Primary sources. Kristi Andersen, The Creation of a Democratic Majority: (), statistical analysis of voting Bornet, Vaughn Davis; Labor Politics in a Democratic Republic: Moderation, Division, and Disruption in the Presidential Election of () online edition Douglas B.

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Democratic Candidate for President Alfred E Smith. 10 Sep Paperback. US$ Alfred E. Smith was elected Governor of New York four times and was the Democratic U.S. presidential candidate in vs Herbert Hoover.

Enjoy our inventory of interesting Al Smith historical collectibles, including campaign buttons, pamphlets, posters and memorabilia. The United States presidential election was the 36th quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 6, Republican Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover defeated the Democratic nominee, Governor Al Smith of New York.

Hoover was the last Republican to win a presidential election until After President Calvin Coolidge declined to seek reelection, Hoover. On JGovernor Alfred E. Smith, of New York, held an impromptu party for the press. It was the first night of the Democratic Convention. "FLORIDA PREACHERS AND THE ELECTION OF " by M.

EDWARD HUGHES I N the presidential election ofa Roman Catholic, Gover- nor Alfred E. Smith of New York, was the first of his religion to represent a major political party as its candidate for president.

Religion figured prominently in the presidential election when Alfred E. Smith, the Democratic governor of New York, became the first Catholic to run as the candidate of a major political party.

Smith, who ran against the Republican Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover, tried to downplay the subject of his religion. Alfred E. Smith was the first Catholic to run for president as a major party’s candidate, when he ran as the Democratic candidate in He had been elected governor of.

Full text of "THE HAPPY WARRIOR ALFRED E. SMITH" See other formats THE HAJ>FY WARRIOR. ALFRED E. SMITH THE A LFKEt) I. SUIT H COFYR1GHCT, XJ2S, BY HOXJGHTON AJ-L 3RLIGKXS HESER FOREWORD IT is difficult, in the tumult of a political campaign.

THE CAMPAIGN: [The following information taken from various political websites]: "Alfred E. Smith, known in private and public life as Al Smith, was elected Governor of New York four times, and was the Democratic US presidential candidate in He was the first Roman Catholic and Irish-American to run for President as a major party nominee.Alfred Emanuel Smith (Decem – October 4, ) was an American politician who served four terms as Governor of New York and was the Democratic Party's candidate for president in Smith was the foremost urban leader of the Efficiency Movement in the United States and was noted for achieving a wide range of reforms as governor in the s.One of the most prominent members of the American Liberty League was Al Smith (–), formerly governor of New York and the Democratic Party’s candidate for president in In Januaryhe gave the following address at a meeting of the organization at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC.