National Affairs: Don't Look Now, But

Don't Look Now, But—

In the space of 24 hours last week, Governor Thomas E. Dewey had two callers who set political tongues wagging. One was California's Governor Earl Warren. The other was Minnesota's ex-Governor Harold Stassen.

Had Dewey and Warren discussed the vice-presidential nomination? Said Dewey later: "It is harder to get [Warren] out of California than anything I know. That's what we talked about." Said Warren : "Tom and I are old friends. Tom is a fine fellow."

Had Dewey and Stassen discussed the vice-presidential nomination? Said Stassen: he had merely called on...

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