U.S. At War: Shift

The GOPresidential weather vane veered minutely but perhaps significantly last week. The puff of wind came from Wisconsin, whose April 4 primaries will be the first solid test of Wendell Willkie's 1944 popularity with the party rank & file. Two prominent candidates for places as Dewey delegates to the Republican convention declared themselves fed up with waiting for the New York governor to say yes or no, shifted their candidacies to the Willkie slate.


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