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Essay: The Character Issue: Enough Already

The day before the presidential balloting at the 1960 Democratic Convention, the sentimental favorite, Adlai Stevenson, came to the floor for the first time as...

ILLINOIS: Drop That Handkerchief

Illinois' machine-hardened Democrats quivered with trepidation last week when their gentlemanly candidate for governor, Lawyer-Diplomat Adlai E. Stevenson...

Governors: Return of Two Favorite Sons

In Illinois and Arkansas, two onetime Democratic stars attempt comebacks in gubernatorial races. In Massachusetts and Colorado, ideological differences raise...

In Illinois: Cigars and Bottled History

Bloomington, Ill., creates a bend in U.S. 66, midway on the long, straight run across the dark prairie from St. Louis to Chicago. A traveler notices the sign...

Nation: A Fox at the Chicken Coop?

The Senate: Bitter Contests Between Oldtimers Senate candidates flay each other in Illinois. Longtime enemies square off in New Hampshire. A challenger tries...

National Affairs: Glass House

Adlai Stevenson's fund was revealed as a direct result of Democratic excitement over the Nixon fund. Stevenson confirmed that the fund existed, then lapsed...

DEMOCRATS: The Time of Maneuver

On the cold morning after Minnesota's presidential primary, Adlai Stevenson rose early at his farm near Libertyville, Ill., stuffed his shaving kit and a pair...

National Affairs: Epitaph?

The man himself was still there on the sidelines, refusing to campaign but admittedly available in case of a convention draft. The loyal, devoted, hopeful...

Milestones, Feb. 15, 1971

Died. Debs Myers, 59, onetime newspaperman and public relations expert who served such political figures as Robert F. Wagner, Robert F. Kennedy and Adlai E...

DEMOCRATS: The Way West

In a DC-6 equipped with desks, typewriters and mimeograph machine, Adlai Stevenson, wearing a most un-Western Homburg. set out last week to conquer the West...

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