National Affairs: Who's for Whom

Two days after the New Hampshire primary, Richard G. Jordan, who headed the successful Taft campaign in Manchester, reversed his field. He wrote Senator Taft: "We must win in November. I urge you to accept the decision of the New Hampshire voters as an indication of the desires of the nation and respectfully request that you here and now proclaim your full and unqualified support for General Eisenhower."

¶ At Frankfurt-am-Main, Overseas Weekly announced the results of a poll among American soldiers in General Eisenhower's NATO command. Their boss lost. The Republican vote: Taft 673, Ike 273, Earl Warren 263.

¶ Albert...

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