REPUBLICANS: Don't Worry About Me

The Dewey staff could see hardly any reason for making the trip scheduled for last week—except maybe to help get some Senators elected. Their real concern was over what Harry Truman might do between now and January to upset the country, particularly in its foreign relations. The responsibilities of power already weighed on them so heavily that a newsman inquired blandly: "How long is Dewey going to tolerate Truman's interference in the government?"

But the trip had been scheduled. So the Dewey staff, with an air of duty, climbed aboard the "Victory Special" and headed out from Albany, swinging south and...

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