CAMPAIGN: Wisconsin Primaries

CAMPAIGN Wisconsin Primaries

President Roosevelt's fever came down (from 99.2° to normal). Back at his big desk again for a morning's work, he lunched with Wisconsin's trapmouthed Senator Robert Marion La Follette Jr.

Whereupon everyone else's fever went up. For on April 2 some 750,000 voters in Wisconsin will swarm to polling-booths in a Presidential primary, will then & there settle the political hash of GOPresumptives Arthur Vandenberg or Thomas E. Dewey. Senator La Follette last week had become "Good Old Bob," a man whom many new friends were trying to influence. Representing a rock-bottom (1938) legion of...

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