POLITICS: New Hampshire Primary

Tiny New Hampshire (pop. 536,000) is normally little more than a speck on the politicians' map of the U.S. It will send numerically unimportant delegations to the national political conventions; 14 to the Republican, eight to the Democratic. But last week politicians and pundits from coast to coast were carefully adjusting their fine tuning to get a good, 21-in. view of what is going on there. On March 11, New Hampshire will have the first presidential preference primary of 1952. It will be the first big test of Eisenhower's voter appeal v. Taft's.*

The Eisenhower forces got an early start....

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