UNCLE LANCY FOR PRESIDENT by Ethel Hueston

UNCLE LANCY FOR PRESIDENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Further farcical politics as the Slopshires and their nieces work into a presidential campaign for Uncle Lancy. It's a good idea, but Uncle Lancy says the wrong things to the wrong people, stresses nationalism rather than sectionalism, and wins popularity in his own way. Practical spoofing in a parody of electioneering methods. In the lightweight class, for rentals primarily.

Pub Date: March 19th, 1940
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill