The Press: Satisfaction

After looking over the Republican and Democratic candidates, some of the strongest pro-Ike papers in the U.S. this week decided that two good men are running for the presidency. Stevenson, said the New York Times, is a man "whose ability is undisputed. As a newspaper that is emphatically and enthusiastically in favor of General Eisenhower's election . . . we can and do find satisfaction in the nomination of Governor Stevenson . . . [It] insures that . . . the campaign will be conducted on a decent and dignified level."

Publisher William R. Hearst Jr., writing in twelve Sunday papers...

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