- Title Pages
- 1 A Frenchman Named Duclos: The Communists and the Origins of the Progressive Party
- 2 I Shall Run as an Independent Candidate for President: Launching Gideon's Army
- 3 One Robin Doesn'T Bring No Spring Early: Victories and Mounting Attacks
- 4 Wall Street Is in the Saddle: Henry Wallace's Critique of Containment
- 5 Like a Silken Thread Running Through the Whole Thing: Lead-Up to the National Convention and the Crafting of a Third Party Platform
- 6 The Whole Place Has Gone Wallace Wacky: The Founding Convention of the Progressive Party
- 7 Rolling Downhill: Post-Convention Fallout and Dropouts
- 8 Too Damned Long in the Woods to Be Fooled By Weasels: Youth, Labor, Spies, and the Post-Convention Campaign
- 9 Thirty Years Too Soon: Gideon's Army Invades Dixie
- 10 Truman Defeats Wallace: Denouement
- Henry Wallace's 1948 Presidential Campaign and the Future of Postwar Liberalism
- University of North Carolina Press
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