Revolt Against Bricker

The Republican strategy has been consistent: don't rock the boat. So thinking, most Republicans have laid off attacks on their leading candidates, have concentrated on larruping the President.

Last week, from a stanch old Republican oak with roots deep in the soil of the Midwest, dropped the first rebellious acorn. In his Emporia Gazette, Editor William Allen White attacked Ohio's Governor John W. Bricker resoundingly:

"[Governor Bricker] is a man who is trying to capitalize the tremendous discontent among Republicans and among Democrats who hate the New Deal. He is trying to use that discontent to rally a majority in the...

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