Letters: The Running Debate

Sir:

The Democratic Party has two major objections to the Eisenhower ticket: 1) Eisenhower's health, and 2) Richard Nixon. I would strongly suggest that the Democratic Party at their convention nominate Eisenhower by acclamation, and then nominate Stevenson as vice-presidential candidate. This would settle both the problems, since Eisenhower and Stevenson on the Democratic ticket would certainly defeat Eisenhower and Nixon on the Republican ticket.

CHARLES E. STRACHAN, M.D.

Burbank, Calif.

Sir:

I think that we the people are entitled to know from the Republican Party before the election just who will run the Government—and where the capital will be situated—Maryland, Georgia, Palm Springs, Denver, Gettysburg,...

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