POLITICAL NOTES: Who's for Whom, Apr. 28, 1952

Candidate Estes Kefauver picked up a powerful supporter: Illinois' Senator Paul Douglas, who had once suggested that both parties nominate General Eisenhower, and was himself a leading possibility for the Democratic nomination until he took himself out of the race. "I am in Kefauver's army," Douglas announced last week. "I'm enlisted for the duration."

"Some of the politicians, bureaucrats and kingmakers may not like you because they know they cannot control you," Douglas wrote to Kefauver. "But the people are for you. Let the voice of the people be heard." Kefauver, campaigning in...

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