Hard-running Harold Stassen, who started his race for the 1948 nomination a full year ahead of his rivals, is no man to let the grass grow up under his feet. In a radio interview on Mutual's Meet The Press program last week, the University of Pennsylvania's President Stassen was off to an even longer head start in the 1952 campaign.

Without one direct word of criticism of Tom Dewey, Harold Stassen made it clear that he thought Dewey had missed the boat by not "talking the issues through to the people." The election, said Stassen, thus was not really a...

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