National Affairs: G. O. P. Takes a Lesson

It has been a long time since Democrats have been able to teach Republicans anything about national politics. But from the last congressional campaign the G. O. P. learned from the Democracy two tricks: 1) having the national party organization function continuously, instead of just before a campaign; 2) employing a smart, persistent publicity man. To staunch the flow of crack anti-Republican propaganda which emanated from the office of Democratic Director of Publicity Charles Michelson, the Republicans hired James West from the Washington bureau of the Associated Press. Last week steps were taken to make the Republican campaign headquarters permanent...

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