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Personal Name: Miller, John . 1945-. Personal Name: LaFollette, Philip Fox, 1897-1965. Download book Governor Philip F. La Follette, the Wisconsin Progressives, and the New Deal, John E. Miller online for free. Publication, Distribution, et. Columbia Personal Name: LaFollette, Philip Fox, 1897-1965. Geographic Name: Wisconsin Politics and government 1848-1950. Rubrics: Progressivism (United States politics).
Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. by Miller, John E. Published 1982 by University of Missouri Press in Columbia. November 23, 2019 History. found in the catalog. Are you sure you want to remove Governor Philip F. La Follette, the Wisconsin Progressives, and the New Deal from your list? Governor Philip F. La Follette, the Wisconsin Progressives, and the New Deal. Politics and government, New Deal, 1933-1939, Progressivism (United States politics).
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Philip Fox La Follette (May 8, 1897 – August 18, 1965) was an American politician. He was the 27th Governor of Wisconsin and one of the founders of the Wisconsin Progressive Party. La Follette was born in Madison, Wisconsin, a member of the politically prominent La Follette family. He was the son of Wisconsin Congressman, Governor, and . Senator Robert M. "Fighting Bob" La Follette, S. and Belle Case La Follette, brother of .
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Phillip Fox Lafollette in MyHeritage family trees (Lawler Web Site) . Phillip Fox Lafollette. Collection: MyHeritage Family Trees. He served three terms as the Governor of Wisconsin and helped create the Wisconsin Progressive Party. Early life and family. The plan for a new national Progressive Party never materialized at the time, and Roosevelt soon decided to defy convention and precedent and seek a third term; La Follette never again sought public office for himself. Later life and career. Much as his father opposed US entry into World War I, Phil La Follette strongly opposed, like most other Americans, US entry into World War II.