Campaign Issues and Problems

October 1944
New Republic;10/9/44, Vol. 111 Issue 15, p458
Presents views on the electoral chances of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his Republican contender, New York Governor Thomas Edmund Dewey. Growing apathy towards Dewey's political campaign resulting from the impact of the European and Pacific Wars; Concern over the two candidates' foreign, military, and economic policies; Influence of the conservative coalition on the electoral chances of the presidential candidates.


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