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  1. thomas edmund dewey ( owosso, míchigan, 24 de marzo de 1902 - bal harbour, florida 16 de marzo de 1971) fue un político estadounidense, 47.º gobernador del estado de nueva york y candidato republicano a la presidencia en las elecciones de 1944 y 1948, resultando en ambas derrotado, por franklin d. roosevelt, primero, y por harry s. truman en la …

  2. Thomas Edmund Dewey (March 24, 1902 – March 16, 1971) was an American lawyer, prosecutor and politician. Raised in Owosso, Michigan, he was a member of the Republican Party.

  3. Thomas E. Dewey, in full Thomas Edmund Dewey, (born March 24, 1902, Owosso, Mich., U.S.—died March 16, 1971, Bal Harbour, Fla.), vigorous American prosecuting attorney whose successful racket-busting career won him three terms as governor of New York (1943–55).

    • Carrera Como Fiscal
    • Gobernador de Nueva York
    • Candidato A La Presidencia

    Después de trabajar en dos despachos de abogados, comenzó en 1931 su carrera como fiscal. Se vio propulsado a la fama cuando el entonces Gobernador del Estado, Herbert H. Lehman, le nombró en 1935Fiscal especial, encargado de la lucha contra la corrupción y el crimen organizado, tarea que desempeñó con gran energía, rodeándose de un equipo de 60 as...

    Su prestigio como fiscal no le bastó. En 1938, cuando perdió como candidato republicano las elecciones a Gobernador del Estado frente al candidato ejerciente, el demócrata Lehman. En 1942 volvió a competir por la Gobernación del Estado, esta vez victoriosamente, derrotando por amplia mayoría al candidato demócrata, John J. Bennett Jr. En 1946fue re...

    Aunque intentó sin éxito la nominación republicana para las elecciones presidenciales de 1940, hubo de esperar a 1944 para obtenerla, esta vez con un pronunciamiento casi unánime de la Convención Republicana. Perdió las elecciones frente a Roosevelt, pero obtuvo un 46% del voto popular, más que cualquier anterior oponente republicano a Roosevelt. F...

    • New York Prosecutor and District Attorney
    • Governor of New York
    • Presidential Candidacies
    • Later Career
    • Legacy
    • References
    • External Links

    During the 1930s, Dewey was a New York City prosecutor. He first achieved headlines in the early 1930s, when he prosecuted bootlegger Waxey Gordon while serving as Chief Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. Additionally, he relentlessly pursued gangster Dutch Schultz, both as a federal and state prosecutor. Schultz's first...

    Dewey ran unsuccessfully in 1938, for Governor of New York against the popular Democratic incumbent, Herbert Lehman, Franklin Roosevelt's successor. He based his campaign on his record as a famous prosecutor of organized-crime figures in New York City. Although he lost, Dewey's strong showing against Lehman (he lost the election by only one percent...

    Dewey's third term as governor of New York expired in 1955, after which he retired from public service and returned to his law practice, Dewey Ballantine, although he remained a power broker behind the scenes in the Republican Party. In 1956, when Eisenhower mulled not running for a second term, he suggested Dewey as his choice as successor, but pa...

    In 1964, the New York State Legislature officially renamed the New York State Thruway in honor of Dewey. The official designation is, however, rarely used in reference to the road, and the naming was opposed by many Italian Americans, who make up a relatively large and important demographic presence in the state. However, signs on Interstate 95 fro...

    Donaldson, Gary. Truman Defeats Dewey. Lexington, Ky: University Press of Kentucky, 1999. ISBN 9780813120751
    Halberstam, David. The Fifties. New York: Villard Books, 1993. ISBN 9780679747253
    Smith, Richard Norton. Thomas E. Dewey and His Times. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1982. ISBN 9780671417413

    All links retrieved February 20, 2020. 1. Thomas E. Dewey Papers, University of Rochester. 2. Info from the Political Graveyard. 3. Collectibles, Memorabilia & Reproductions.

  4. Thomas E. Dewey (1902–1971) first attracted national attention as a special prosecutor of organized crime in New York City during the 1930s. Dewey was a popular governor who signed the Ives-Quinn bill banning racial and religious discrimination in employment, the first of its kind in the United States.

  5. Thomas Edmund Dewey Jr. (October 2, 1932 - December 6, 2021) [2] [3] was a New York businessman and the elder son of the former governor of New York and two-time Republican presidential nominee, Thomas E. Dewey . Contents 1 Career biography 2 Family life and personal 3 References 4 External links Career biography [ edit]