National Affairs: On to Wisconsin

Until last week, Wisconsin's Republican presidential primary on April 1 seemed likely to be cut & dried. By all the signs, Bob Taft, backed by Wisconsin G.O.P. Boss Tom Coleman and National Committeeman Cyrus Philipp, was going to be a shoo-in over California's Governor Earl Warren and Harold Stassen. But after Ike Eisenhower's great day in next-door Minnesota, a slogan began to sweep across Wisconsin: "A vote for Warren is a vote for Eisenhower."

Hyphenated Candidate. The basis for the slogan had existed in Wisconsin ever since Warren entered, but now the spotlight was...

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