August 1952
New Republic;8/4/52, Vol. 127 Issue 5, p5
The article discusses the suitability of Adlai Stevenson, the U.S. politician and lawyer from the Democratic Party, who is contesting against Dwight D. Eisenhower, the U.S. General and Republican candidate for presidential elections. Stevenson's moral integrity, his challenge to cynicism and corruption; intellectual ability to end mediocrity in government; open-mindedness to counter conformism and doctrinal rigidity; a belief in conciliation to overcome deep and disturbing divisions within this nation; and finally a refusal to seek the Presidency at all have been commended.


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