47. Progressive : 1952 Political Party

When I first heard that this week’s directive was Progressive, I could not help but think of the Progressive Political Party.

Unlike the Democratic Party and Republican Party in 1948, the anti-war Progressive Party opposed military conscription after World War II.

The Progressive political party never had much success.

In 1948, Henry Wallace of Iowa ran for president, but was not successful.

This made Henry Wallace very sad.

Luckily Kleenex Pocket packs were starting to become more popular at the time.(pictured by his hand above)So his tears could be caught by Kleenex everywhere.

This is one of the ADs for the portable tissues at the time.

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