REPUBLICANS: The Nominee Keeps Going

Wendell Willkie's acceptance speech was behind him, the judgments on it were made and sealed, when he next faced a crowd in Indiana. The judgments were that the Elwood speech was a great deal better than its delivery, that its content would be remembered after its slurred syllables were forgotten. The next crowd Wendell Willkie addressed was not the exacting, sweating multitude which he had numbed and thrilled at Elwood. Before him last week, in the Memorial Park near his wife's home at Rushville, were 10,000 townsmen and countryfolk who simply wanted a look at a candidate whom many of...

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