Morse, Wayne
August 1952
New Republic;8/4/52, Vol. 127 Issue 5, p12
The article discusses that the Republican Party has been rejuvenated after the convention at Chicago, Illinois. It describes that right-wing has marginalized the conservatives. It also describes that instead of moving ahead in the field of civil rights, the Party is instead retreating. It also suggests that the Party should make it's stand clear on labor issues. There should be consistency in its foreign policy. The Republican Party must be specific and unequivocal on each one of the major issues of which the campaign will be fought, if it is to win the support of millions of independent voters whose votes are necessary to a Republican victory.


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