POLITICAL NOTES: Who's for Whom, Oct. 29, 1956

¶The New York Times, which endorsed Eisenhower in 1952, supported his reelection because1) "there is much in the record of the Eisenhower Administration that is of real and lasting value," and 2) "it is a matter of major importance that the modernization of the Republican Party ... be carried forward another stage under the leadership of Mr. Eisenhower."

¶The Toledo Blade, pro-Ike in 1952, switched to Stevenson in its first endorsement of a Democratic presidential candidate in its 121-year history. The Arizona Daily Star made a similar switch. The Chicago Defender, leading Midwest Negro daily, declared for Stevenson, as it...

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