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Tucker P. Smith

Tucker Powell Smith (January 29, 1898 – June 25, 1970) was an economics professor from Olivet, Michigan.[1]

Smith graduated from the Brookwood Labor College.

In 1948, Smith was selected as the Socialist vice presidential candidate to run along with Norman Thomas. The 1948 Socialist ticket garnered 139,569 votes.[3] In 1930 Tucker was the Socialist candidate for U.S. Representative from New York 2nd District.[4] Tucker finished third of four candidates with 6,144 votes for 3.8% of the total vote.[5]


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  2. ^ "T.P. Smith to Oppose Compulsory Militarism." Cornell Daily Sun. March 4, 1930.
  3. ^ SOCIALISTS: Voice of the Lonely Lion - TIME
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