POLITICAL NOTES: No. I Pin-Up Boy

Early last week Henry Wallace held a press conference in his Manhattan headquarters. He acted like a man on a Benzedrine binge. Newsmen had never seen him so elated. Everything that had happened to him lately, he bubbled, had been good news for him. And now Henry had just learned that California's Independent Progressive Party, formed to support Wallace, had qualified for the ballot (with 295,951 valid petition signatures). In California, left-winger Robert Kenny, leader of the "Democrats for Wallace," cried: "I now feel like that fabled man in the French Revolution who said, 'There goes the mob. I...

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