Tailored Talk

The nation's most industrious candidate for Vice President last week ingeniously saved himself considerable wear, tear and carfare. As part of his campaign to re-elect himself and resuscitate the New Deal, Vice President Wallace had engaged to deliver a speech at the American Business Congress in New York City's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. But few Wallace votes are to be found on Peacock Alley. How reach the rural hearthsides?

To the nation's nearly 900 radio stations went a post card announcing that the Vice President was to make an important speech in New York City, that a recorded transcript to be broadcast locally...

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