At a Democratic luncheon in Cincinnati's Netherland Plaza Hotel, Adlai Stevenson explained his reason for beginning a one-day swing into Ohio in Senator Robert Taft's home town. Said Adlai: "I think of Cincinnati—and not New York—as the elephant's nest, or should I say the lair?"

It was on the issue these lines suggested —Ike's "captivity" to Taft and "the Republican Old Guard"—that Adlai Stevenson based most of his campaign last week. In warning tones Stevenson reminded his Cincinnati audience of "the fatal error" of the liberal Republicans who in 1920 supported Warren...

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