THE CONVENTION: Keynote for Victory

To Minnesota's Congressman Walter H. Judd, the times were perilously similar to those 100 years ago when the Republican Party met in Chicago and nominated a man who said the nation could not exist half slave and half free. In 1960, said Keynoter Judd to this week's Republican Convention, the gravest issue is once again human slavery—"this time not men enslaved by other men but, far more complex and dangerous, masses of men enslaved by governments." And since Americans know "deep down in our hearts" that the whole world cannot long endure half slave and half free, the nation's...

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