Schizophrenia in Ohio

Bayer, Eleanor
November 1954
New Republic;11/1/54, Vol. 131 Issue 18, p9
The article comments on the U.S. politics. It is opined that a vote for Congressman Jean E. Bender is a vote for Ike F. Andrews because Ike needs a Republican Congress to help him put through his program. One must not forget that a campaign is an outlet for aggressions and hostilities. Naturally one side will make statements about the other. Also some people opined that Bender is a man of "demonstrated mediocrity," "a master of deception," and "has a shady reputation in political and business dealings."


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