Lucky Dewey?

Columnist David Lawrence, who wanted a Dewey victory, got to thinking last week what it would have brought. People would be saying, he decided, that as a result of the Administration's defeat, the following things have happened: the war has slowed down and casualties have gone up sharply; disunity has broken out among the Big Three; confusion reigns in Italy; civil war rages in Greece; Congress is feuding with the White House.

Concluded Pundit Lawrence: "If Governor Dewey is given at all to soliloquy . . . he must inevitably come to the conclusion that he is, indeed, a lucky man."


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