Letters, Apr. 23, 1956

The Campaign

If the character and intelligence and dignity of Adlai Stevenson had not already convinced me of his superiority as a presidential candidate, I should certainly have come to that conclusion after looking at your April 9 News in Pictures showing silly-faced Estes Kefauver in his campaign antics. If those are the kinds of shenanigans a man has to perform in order to be nominated for the presidency, I can only say that a job more worthy of the character of a man like Stevenson ought to be created for him.


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