Letters, Oct. 18, 1943

Jeffers for President?

Sirs:

I hope the Republicans have enough political acumen . . . not to overlook the name of Bill Jeffers when they consider suitable candidates for the Presidency.

Here is a man who did an outstanding job in the political maelstrom of Washington; a man who has worked up from the bottom to the successful head of one of our largest enterprises—the Union Pacific Railroad; a man who knows what it means to "make a dollar." . . . Surely such a one on the record of his past performances should appeal...

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