Lucey, Charles
September 1952
America;9/6/1952, Vol. 87 Issue 23, p533
The article discusses the Presidential campaigns of Dwight Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson in the U.S. The author stated that the imprint of the Democratic campaign of Stevenson is more evident compared to the Republican campaign of General Eisenhower. However, the political plans of Governor Stevenson performs better due to his blunt notice to the Legion that will reject excessive demands of pressure groups.


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