FOR PRESIDENT by W.G. Clugaton


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Some very gazing which first proposes Eisenhower as the only "" natural"" presidential possibility and then retreats somewhat doubtfully in the consideration or his strictly military background, his poker-playing techniques, and his political beliefs which are unknown. political journalist, has nothing new to say about , and spends most of his here in a fulmination against the present Administration, Congress, public apathy, education, and the state of the U.S.A. He also offers a few alternatives who range interestingly enough from Wallace to Taft, in what can bent be described as a rather befuddled flexibility. Definitely.

Pub Date: May 15th, 1951
Publisher: Exposition Press