SOURCE: Washington Post
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During the first age of “America First” in the 1940s, Wendell Wilkie's campaign challenged Americans to confront a discomfiting idea: Our lives depend on the well-being of many millions across the world.
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Was the 1940 presidential election the most important in American history?
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