Lucey, Charles
July 1952
America;7/26/1952, Vol. 87 Issue 17, p412
The article focuses on the opportunity of Republican presidential candidate General Dwight D. Eisenhower to win in the November1952 national elections in the southern U.S. area. It is inferred that Eisenhower's opportunity will be greatest below the Mason-Dixon line because of the basic economic shifts in the boundary. It discusses the two-party system as well as the situation on the Republican South.


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