Republican Smear Campaign

October 1944
New Republic;10/2/44, Vol. 111 Issue 14, p414
Comments on the outlines of the United States Republican Party's election strategy to launch smear campaigns against their opponents. Examples of Republican politicians who are spearheading such campaigns; Objectives of the campaign to divide and weaken the labor movement and its progressive allies; Conditions in which such tactics will work according to observers.


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