Even though election day is three months away, Filipinos (who model their campaigning on what they imagine U.S. electioneering to be) were going at it hot & heavy last week. President Elpidio Quirino was handicapped by being in the U.S. to recover from an operation on his ulcers, and by the fact that Eisenhower had so far not invited him to Denver. Carlos Romulo was handicapped by the fact that his campaign had not caught on, and that he felt it necessary to issue daily statements that he would not pull out...

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