[Republican campaign documents, 1932-1940] (bulk 1936).

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Republican National Committee (U.S.). [Republican campaign documents, 1932-1940] (bulk 1936).

[Republican campaign documents, 1932-1940] (bulk 1936).

Republican Party documents criticizing the New Deal and supporting Alf Landon in his presidential campaign against Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1936.

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