National Affairs: The Dewey Headline

Whenever Nelson Rockefeller hits the road to campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, Vice President Richard Nixon, his archrival, invariably drops a barbed headline. During Rocky's Western tour the announcement was made, with exquisite timing, of the formation in Rocky's own New York State of a Nixon Club, with many of President Eisenhower's closest friends as members. Last week, with Rocky in the Midwest, Nixon did it again. At a big Washington Christmas party given by the Nixons, New York Lawyer Thomas E. Dewey, a surprise guest, turned up jauntily, mingled with the...

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