April 1952
New Republic;4/28/52, Vol. 126 Issue 17, p5
This article discusses the democratic party's candidates for the upcoming U.S. Presidential elections. Of the present candidates available and willing, democratic leader Estes Kefauver, on the basis of his record and accomplishments, is best able to lead the Democratic Party in the 1952 campaign. His liberalism would keep him in the traditions of the new deal were he to be elected President and his freedom from, the machine elements in the party would leave him free to rebuild a strong and decent democratic organization after November if the republicans win.


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