Dewey's Record on National Affairs

September 1944
New Republic;9/25/44, Vol. 111 Issue 13, p396
Focuses on national policies of Governor of New York, Thomas E. Dewey. Support given by Dewey to C. Wayland Brooks, the isolationist candidate, for election to the Senate; Advocacy for an Anglo-American alliance made by Dewey; Dewey's opinions regarding relations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union; Acceptance of the thesis * that it would be unpopular to attack aims of the New Deal, by Dewey; Suggestion by Dewey for the governmental intervention that will strengthen the American free-enterprise system; Favor of Dewey to the use of public works to moderate depressions.


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