No Bolt, No Enthusiasm

August 1952
The article focuses on the winning chances of Republican presidential candidate Dwight Eisenhower in the southern area of the U.S. in August 1952. It suggests that even if the Democrats in the South committed to support their candidate Adlai Stevenson, their enthusiasm for the political leader is limited. According to the author, as the campaign period in the country starts, Eisenhower's best chances in the region are in Virginia, Texas and Florida.


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