Mallan, John P.
November 1952
New Republic;11/17/52, Vol. 127 Issue 20, p16
Comments on the reaction of the Democratic women and new voters to Dwight Eisenhower's personality, Korean issues and general dissatisfaction on the issue of corruption in Massachusetts; Number of votes gained by Adlai Stevenson in Boston and in other Bay State cities; Popularity of Stevenson among Jewish and Negro voters.


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