From Willkie to Dewey

April 1944
New Republic;4/17/44, Vol. 110 Issue 16, p519
Reports on the withdrawal of political candidate Wendell Willkie from the Republican race that opened doors for Governor Thomas E. Dewey's nomination. Absence of other conservative candidate similar to his support and strength; Assessment of Willkie's defeat in Wisconsin primary that cause him to withdraw; Popularity of the Governor among Republican voters; Unworkability of Dewey's strategies used to win the Republican nomination in presidential election.


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