Tom Dewey kept punching. In St. Louis this week on his second appearance in the doubtful border state of Missouri, he said that the next administration must meet three tests:
1) Is it honest?
2) Are the people who run it trained and competent for their jobs?
3) Is it a Government with faith in the future of America and a wholehearted determination to make our system work?
Tom Dewey charged that the New Deal flunks all three tests. His bill of particulars :
"For twelve years the New Deal has treated us to constant bickering, quarreling and backbiting by the most . ....