U.S. At War: Stassen Speaks

Harold Stassen wrote home every other day. But until this week he had not answered the $75,000-a-year question: What was he planning to do about the Stassen Presidential boom? Instead, good Navy-man Stassen had talked only of other things. Principally, he wanted to know every linguistic gem of 2-year-old Kathleen Stassen, who is launching timidly into speech. Presumably, however, he had ways to know that the first big test of his candidacy was coming up and that the news was not too hopeful.

All of Stassen's top Minnesota lieutenants were pouring into neighboring Wisconsin, which will choose its Presidential favorites April...

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