U.S. At War: Always the Attack

Tom Dewey stayed on the attack. He kept his opposition scurrying through the voluminous records of twelve years, supplying the missing parts from quotations which Dewey had cited as indicative of New Deal thinking. At times the whole Government seemed busy justifying its long past; the White House mimeographs rolled out their "corrections" of the Dewey quotations.

Sample: Dewey had cited a paragraph in an official report by the President's uncle, Frederic Delano, which favored keeping the boys in the Army, as an example of the Washington thinking that led to General Lewis Hershey's...

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