National Affairs: War Cry

The Republican Party—which has not had a winning campaign slogan since 1946's "Had Enough?"— last week reached back to the 19th Century in search of another. In Elgin, Ill., Republican National Chairman Guy George Gabrielson suggested that in view of the RFC scandal (see Investigations), there was nothing more appropriate for the G.O.P. m 1952 than the phrase used by the Democratic Party in 1884. The slogan: "Throw the Rascals Out."


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