Stassen's Creed

Commander Harold E. Stassen, bronzed by months of service in the Pacific, was busy getting ready for his role as a Roosevelt-appointed delegate to the United Nations Conference at San Francisco.

Having talked it over with Republican Congressional leaders, the former Minnesota Governor last week took himself to Albany and talked it over with Governor Tom Dewey. In the Executive Mansion, they discussed the problems of world security in the light of G.O.P. principles and policies.

Next day young (37) Commander Stassen went to Cambridge, spent three hours discussing the same problems...

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