Lewis, Richard
July 1952
New Republic;7/7/52, Vol. 127 Issue 1, p11
Reports on the campaign strategy of Robert A. Taft to win the Republican presidential nomination in the Southern States. Fight for organizational control of the pro-Taft delegations; Series of precinct meeting in an automobile, county conventions in private homes and ward meetings in hideouts; Number of irregularities to seize a bloc of 107 delegates.


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