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Minutes of the Meeting of the Progressive National Committee Held June 10th, 1916

Progressive Party (1912)
Minutes of the June 10, 1916, meeting of the Progressive National Committee, immediately following the close of the Second Progressive National Convention. The Committee had been given power to act on a telegram from Theodore Roosevelt, declining the party's nomination for President of the United States. After some discussion, a committee was appointed to discuss the matter with Roosevelt. Other matters acted upon included election of officers for the National Committee and members of the Executive Committee.
Presidents--Nomination, Presidents--Election, Political conventions, Political parties--Planning, Political parties--Management, Party committees, Progressive Party (1912), Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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