Nation: Still in There Fighting

Despite his setbacks, Bill Scranton kept up the fight. Said he to a newsman: "There isn't much time remaining, I know, but I have been told by professionals that I am further along at this time than Willkie and Eisenhower were before they were nominated."

Scranton even managed to put the best light on his Chicago defeat, saying calmly: "I came to Illinois with the calculation that 54 delegates would vote for my opponent. Our plan for the visit was to begin to demonstrate to the delegates at first hand that a vast majority...

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