National Affairs: Just a Tourist

If New York's Governor Thomas E. Dewey had not been so clear of eye and so steady of voice when he declared that he would never run for President again, he might have been suspected last week of acting like a candidate. The governor announced that he would set off this month (after getting briefed by General MacArthur) for the Korean fighting front and would also visit Japan, Indo-China, Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand and Generalissimo Chiang Kaishek.

For the suspicious, he pointed out that he planned to travel as...

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