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Israel: Capping the Crisis

Two weeks ago, B'nai B'rith's Manhattan-based Anti-Defamation League charged that the Coca-Cola Co., in denying a franchise to a Tel Aviv bottler, was...

POLITICAL NOTES: Not a Knockout

POLITICAL NOTES Not a Knockout New York State's battered, bruised and divided Democratic organization met in Manhattan last week to select a new leader, and...

THE CABINET: Hearst, Farley & Roosevelts

In Daily Washington Merry-Go-Round, the lively syndicated column of Washington tips and chitchat produced by Drew Pearson & Robert S. Allen, there appeared one...

THE CONGRESS: Political Feud

It pains any Senator to be denied patronage, to have the Internal Revenue Bureau prosecute his aids for income tax evasion, to be treated as an outcast by...

REPUBLICANS: Mr. Willkie's Man Farley

REPUBLICANS Mr. Willkie's Man Farley (See Cover) GOPoliticians last week were sure that the thing they had dreaded all along had come to pass: the...

The People's Choice

The public had not heard much about it, but the future of the Republican Party was quite possibly at stake. Politicians watched each little development as...

Lehman Steps Down

Able, stable Herbert Lehman, who has been Governor of New York for the last ten years, has served the last six years unwillingly.* He ran in 1936 to help...

U.S. At War: Tom Dewey Gets There

On election night, Democratic State Chairman James A. Farley sat glumly with his friends in Manhattan headquarters, waiting for the three phones to ring. To his...

ARMY & NAVY: Dishonored Tradition

ARMY & NAVY One of her ancestors fought in the Revolutionary War. Her paternal grandmother's family, she believes, sold the Federal Government the Hudson...

U.S. At War: Line of Succession

If President Truman should die in office, his successor would be the Secretary of State, under the Presidential Act of 1886. The fact that as of today that man...

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