N. Y. Elects a Mayor

August 1953
New Republic;8/10/53, Vol. 129 Issue 2, p5
The article presents late-breaking news that updates a story on the 1953 race for the office for mayor of New York City that appears elsewhere in this issue of the magazine. This note reports the withdrawal of judge Samuel Leibowitz from the race, a shift of Tammany Hall support from Robert F. Wagner to Vincent Impellitieri and that all parties will have black candidates for the post of Manhattan borough president.


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