Washington Front

September 1956
America;9/29/1956, Vol. 95 Issue 26, p610
The author comments on the 1956 presidential campaign in the U.S. He relates some amusing stories related to the presidential campaign. He cites the order issued by the Republican party that all of its candidates should use "Democrat party" in referring to the opposition. He also mentions the order by President Dwight Eisenhower that all of his national workers should campaign with a grin.


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