Voting for Victory

Fuller, Helen
June 1942
New Republic;6/15/42, Vol. 106 Issue 24, p829
Focuses on the political developments in the United States. Efforts of supporters of Representative Howard Smith to eliminate his New Deal opponent Emmett C. Davison, from the primary election; Eligibility of Davison on the basis of the requirement of a petition bearing 50 signatures of qualified voters challenged by the district Democratic committee; Attempt of Democratic authorities to convince Carl Sandburg to run for the U.S. Congress against Clare Hoffman in Michigan; Information about the meeting of liberals and progressives of all parties invited by the Farmer-Laborites in Minnesota to lay plans for a new offensive against their common enemies; Hope that Senator Burton K. Wheeler may be able to bring out a stronger Republican opposition for Senator Jim Murray in Montana.


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