Pollyanna for President

December 1939
New Republic;12/20/39, Vol. 101 Issue 1307, p248
Comments on the content in the political speech of New York District Attorney Thomas E. Dewey during his request for Republican presidential nomination in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Improvement in the standard of living as a result of technical improvement; Hope on the chances of private enterprise in a capitalist order; Obeisance to the necessity of preventing business abuses; Employment opportunity for the American people.


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