Warren of California

Mcwilliams, Carey
October 1943
New Republic;10/18/43, Vol. 109 Issue 16, p514
Presents information about Earl Warren, Governor of California. Claims that Warren unquestionably would be a likely dark-horse candidate for President; Report that years ago Warren was singled out for future political favor by the most powerful industrial and financial cliques in California; Support given to Warren by people; Report on important episodes in his career; Claims that King-Ramsay-Conner Defense Committee offered to provide Wallace with $5,000 for counsel fees, if he would obtain an able and independent attorney; Report that the pension movement in California had to be separated from its rather tentative alliance with labor; Problem faced by him regarding tax reduction; Information about his nomination for President and Vice-President.


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