Borah as a Candidate

March 1936
New Republic;3/4/36, Vol. 86 Issue 1109, p97
Considers the candidacy of U.S. Senator William E. Borah for the Republican Presidential nomination. Indication of Borah's popularity in the country by the current poll of the American Institute of Public Opinion; Objections raised by political observers against Borah's nomination; Information on the political career of Borah; Chief weakness of Borah; Illustration of Borah's inability to stick with his principles, in his Washington's Birthday broadcast; Argument on his assumption that the Americans do not share the aggressiveness, the imperialistic policies, that he finds dominant in the rest of the world.


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