February 1953
New Republic;2/23/53, Vol. 128 Issue 8, p5
Presents information given by Adlai Stevenson, a statesman, on extending a strong opposition to the Eisenhower government. Belief that better candidates, better programs, better organization than the opponents can make Democrats win more offices; Comparison between the working of the Republican and the Democratic party; View that the government by a single group exposes government to genuine dangers; Statement on the economy of the Soviet Union and the U.S.; Favoritism by the Democrats on the issue of greater European unity as the only permanent way to make Europe economically solvent and militarily independent; Acknowledgement that a government which fights for civil liberties and equal rights for its own people can stand for freedom.


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