July 18, 1940: FDR was nominated for an unprecedented third term as president.
ER addressing the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
July 18, 1940
FDR Library Photo Collection. NPx. 69-96.
Did you know:
- On July 18, 1939 FDR released a public statement on the necessity of revision of the neutrality laws, saying that failure to do so “…would waken the leadership of the United States in exercising its potent influence in the cause of preserving the peace among the nations in the event of a new crisis in Europe between now and next January.”
- On July 20, 1944 FDR was renominated for president, becoming the first president nominated for a fourth term.
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