National Affairs: Give 'Em the Needle

Sporting a healthy tan acquired during his Western tour, Adlai Stevenson last week turned his attention to the East Coast.

At Bridgeport, Conn. Stevenson began a motor trip which took him through New Haven and the mill towns of the Naugatuck River Valley. Braving drizzly weather, the Democratic candidate made brief, open-air speeches in nearly every town through which he passed. Repeatedly he ridiculed Republican criticisms of his quip-studded speeches and hammered away at the Eisenhower-Taft alliance. He warned the staunch Democrats of industrial New Britain: "If the Republicans by some mischance are...

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