National Affairs: We Are Bankrupt

Part of Tom Dewey's campaign strategy will be a sustained attack on the Administration. He began the attack this week at a point where the Administration is particularly vulnerable—its policy in Asia. Speaking in his most vehement public prosecutor style at a Columbia University Law School dinner, he charged the Administration with failure in China, where "Communist world conquest is furthest advanced." Said Dewey:

"The cold war, which has become a warm war in Europe, is a very hot and successful war in China.

"The free world is now in the desperate position of a man who has gangrene in both legs—in Western...

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