Advocacy chain letter (postcard).  Opposing a third term for Roosevelt. "Ten million postcards will kill this third term talk."  US, 1939.
Ten million postcards will kill this third term talk. Mail postcards to the White House at Washington, D. C., saying "I am against a third term." No signature is necessary. Send another postcard to R. A. Nickell at 143 Cherry, Long Beach, California giving name of your city and state, only, that campaign progress may be checked. Have five friends to the same.
Don't Break The Chain.

Published: Manitowoc Herald-Times (Manitowoc, Wisconsin), Jan. 16, 1939, p. 1.
OPPOSE A 3RD TERM.  Chain Letter Seeks To Reach 10 Million People.
WASHINGTON.  (AP). - "A chain postal card asking ten million persons to oppose a third term for President Roosevelt appeared on capitol hill today.
   Senator Holt (D-W.VA) received one. He has said he would introduce a resolution opposing a third term. [text]
  "The card was postmarked in Long Beach."      
Entered by DWV, Aug. 24, 2014.


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