Republicans: The Making of a President

There was none of that man-to-man, shake-hands-and-come-out-fighting spirit that marks male contests for power. But then, the two contenders for the presidency of the National Federation of Republican Women were, naturally, women, and in politics the dame game is not the same as the masculine variety. Nor is it very ladylike.

"They made me look like I just dragged myself out of an irrigation ditch," pouted Mrs. Gladys O'Donnell at the federation's biennial convention in Washington, charging that her opponent's forces had doctored her photograph to make her look old and tired...

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