Time for Hope

June 1956
New Republic;6/25/56, Vol. 134 Issue 26, p3
The article discusses about the U.S. Presidential election campaign and reaction of the people. It has been discovered that discovered that 83 percent of the voters know the Presidential candidate Bob Hope when they see him, but only 25 percent can recognize another Presidential candidate Averell Harriman. This appears to confirm the rumor that the U.S. people, the Presidential campaign notwithstanding, are not as interested in politics as the politicians would like. The usual explanation given is that the people only get excited about politics when the country is in trouble.


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