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President:Franklin D. RooseveltVice President:Henry WallaceYear:1936, 1940, 1944Party:DemocratColors:Variety of ColorsSizes:Variety of SizesTheme:EleanorTagline:Project #UMP-000 - Sponsored by Eleanor, We Don't Want Eleanor Either
Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of Franklin Roosevelt, was a legendary first lady for her active role in social causes and her outspokenness. While this won her many supporters, it also caused a lot of criticism. The outhouse button is meant to make fun of FDR’s New Deal by suggesting that Eleanor had encouraged yet another (ump-teenth) project for FDR , this one being an outhouse. The We Don’t Want Eleanor Either button was one of the many that Wendell Willkie’s campaign produced when Roosevelt was seeking a third term.
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