THE REPUBLICAN SPLIT: It Is Deep & Real But ike Can Still Repair It

In Washington, the biennial election of the League of Republican Women came close to hair-pulling when the Old Guard girls snatched away and tore up the sample ballots of the Eisenhower Republican faction . . . To Republican Dwight Eisenhower from Michigan Republican William Doerfner, a General Motors steering-gear executive, came an angry letter: "I will no longer support you, nor will I support the Republican Party, as long as it condones your proven unsound monetary politics and your New Deal-inspired international WPA . . ." In New Hampshire, the reactionary...

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