National Affairs: Who's for Whom

¶The left-wing Americans for Democratic Action criticized the Eisenhower Administration for " a negative approach to the needs of the people at home and . . .

confusion and bungling in foreign affairs," announced "enthusiastic support" for Stevenson-Kefauver.

¶ Declaring that "all the reasons which made Eisenhower the preferred candidate in 1952 are applicable to this year's contest—and more," the Cleveland Plain Dealer announced its editorial support for the President.

¶ Mrs. Fiorello H. La Guardia, widow of New York's onetime Fusion mayor, a member of Citizens for Eisenhower in 1952, will become a...

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