Groundswell

"I'm just going to let nature take its course," said Senator Arthur Vandenberg, defining his strategy in building up General Douglas MacArthur for President. "When things are going your way, you don't try to change them."

Nature-taking-its-course looked like this last week:

>Illinois's MacArthur for President Club formally served notice that the General's name will be entered in the state's preferential primary in April.

>Joseph P. Savage of Chicago, founder of the first MacA.f.P. Club, was preparing a national convention of offspring.*

>The Timken Roller Bearing Co., Canton, Ohio, was "irritated" that anyone could...

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