U.S. Affairs: He Can't Say No

As the Democratic Convention began, the leader in the race for the presidential nomination was a man who kept insisting that he was not a candidate. All week long, the pressure on Illinois' Governor Adlai Stevenson steadily increased. On Sunday, when the governor attended Chicago's fashionable Fourth Presbyterian Church, he was the target of a sermon against indecision by the Rev. Dr. Harrison Ray Anderson. Dr. Anderson's theme was "How Men Know God's Will"; his conclusion: "One must act, act, act."

Heaven or Hell? Apparently unmoved by the pleas of one & all, Stevenson...

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