U.S. At War: Advice from Mr. Willkie

The Republican Party last week got a ready-made 1944 platform from Wendell Willkie. An extraordinary number of the 1,859 U.S. daily newspapers published seven short articles written by the excandidate. Willkie turned down an $18,000 offer by one magazine, gave the articles free to the newspapers, to get the widest possible publication.

The seven-point Willkie platform:

States' Rights is a worn-out issue, a relic. The answer to "the present Administration's arbitrary use of vast authority . . . the inefficiencies and reckless extravagances . . . lies not in a weakened central government." The answer lies in government administered...

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