Republican campaigns are inclined to be steady, grave affairs which start slowly and work up to a dignified climax about Nov. 1. They have a way of winning elections by machine-like strength rather than by inspired management or smart innovations. They arouse no crusading enthusiasms among the electorate but they make no major blunders. They are cool, cautious, calculated.

Last week the Republican campaign of 1932 got off to a traditional start, unmoved by the fact that Franklin Delano Roosevelt had declared war on tradition. Developments:

Headquarters. Everett Sanders, new chairman of the...

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