George of Georgia

May 1956
New Republic;5/21/56, Vol. 134 Issue 21, p4
Focuses on the political career of Senator Walter George. Views that George has gift of old-fashioned oratory, shrewdness, grasp of a lawyer and creative leadership; Attitude of George towards the poor; Opinion of people in Georgia towards George; Attempt of politicians of Georgia to easing George out of the U.S. Senate; Impression of George in the White House and on U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower; Belief that in case George has served the mass of his constituents, he would not have been left alone before his opponents.


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