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  FDR vs. Robert Taft 1940 with no WWII (search mode)
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James L. Buckley
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« on: February 14, 2010, 09:57:56 pm »

Robert Taft would probably narrowly win, but frankly, I could see a narrow victory for either side. If there is no World War II, then there is no Extra War Manufacturing going on, and the economy will take a turn for the worse, and that little recession from 1937-1938, extends into the 40's, which hurts Roosevelt. Plus, with no war and a worse economy, FDR will have a hard time explaining why he is running for a Third Term, and he'll face widespread opposition even from his Democratic Party.
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