National Affairs: Boom-Boom in New York

The heat was turned up under the simmering political pots in New York and they began to boil. The machine-run nominating conventions were only a couple of weeks off. It was getting closer to the time when top politicos would have to pick their men, pass the word to the rank-&-file.

Tom Dewey, whose control of the state's Republican machine is just about vise-tight, was off on a tour of county fairs and party clambakes. He was acting precisely like a governor about to be renominated, which he is sure to be. Democratic U.S....

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