DEMOCRATS: Spring Plowing

In the spring of each year preceding a presidential election the political sap rises, and speculation about candidates is borne on every breeze. This spring the game is somewhat one-sided; Republican brows are unfurrowed, their nails unbitten. Although Dwight Eisenhower has said no definite word, his party leaders are convinced that he will be a candidate and Richard Nixon will be his running mate. The thought of an Eisenhower candidacy is most comforting to Republicans, who note that in a last week's Gallup poll a whopping 71% of sampled voters generally approve the...

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