REPUBLICANS: A Place to Stand

After the stunning shock of the election, Republicans were beginning to stir again. Most of them were still trying to figure out what had gone wrong; some were sure they knew.

One who was positive was pugnacious old Clarence Budington Kelland, the slick fictioneer who is also national committeeman from Arizona—a part of the country where dinosaur relics are still found. One day last week, Bud Kelland delivered himself of a blast. Said he: "Dewey's campaign was smug, arrogant, stupid, and supercilious ... It was a contemptuous campaign, contemptuous alike to our...

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