Watch Governor Dewey

January 1944
New Republic;1/31/44, Vol. 110 Issue 5, p136
Analyzes the chances of New York Governor Thomas E. Dewey winning the Republican presidential nomination in light of his campaign strategy, his past experiences and offices held by him. Eminence earned by him for being a prosecutor of racketeers and gangsters in New York; His political accomplishments as the governor of the state; Implications of Dewey's stand in the case involving gangster Louis Lepke Buchalter to his credibility in the political arena; Willingness shown by a number of minor labor leaders to join and support Dewey; Suggestion that citizens should carefully watch developments in the political field, especially those emanating from the Dewey camp.


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