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And Wasn't That Thomas E. Dewey At Shortstop?

It was probably a bad idea for Boston ground-keepers to paint the World Series logo on the Fenway Park grass on Thursday. That was tempting the Red Sox's...

The President: Dewey Achievement Award

MARIO CUOMO The New York Governor's spin doctors may be trying too hard to burnish his lackluster re-election victory. Cuomo's percentage of 53.5%, they note,...

National Affairs: The Dewey Headline

Whenever Nelson Rockefeller hits the road to campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, Vice President Richard Nixon, his archrival, invariably drops...

POLITICAL NOTES: End of an Era

As his wife and eldest son sat a few feet away, watching intently, Governor Thomas E. Dewey last week stepped out in front of the television cameras in...

National Affairs: New York v. New York

As shrilly described by New York City officials on various occasions in recent months, Governor Thomas E. Dewey is a "thwarted dictator" who, for "brazenly...

Books: Anchor for the Pacific

JOURNEY TO THE FAR PACIFIC (335 pp.)¬óThomas E. Dewey¬óDoubleday ($4). In the summer of 1951, Governor Thomas E. Dewey put aside his chores at Albany and flew...

National Affairs: Briefing the Outs

One day in September 1944, a U.S. Army colonel walked into Presidential Candidate Thomas E. Dewey's temporary headquarters in Tulsa, Okla. and told James...

The Law: Born to Judge

Six days before his recent death, Thomas E. Dewey worked on an article for the next issue of the Columbia Law Review, which will be dedicated entirely to a man...

U.S. At War: Bouquet for Dewey

New York's Governor Thomas E. Dewey, leader in national GOPresidential polls since November 1942, got another bouquet. The Republican, official G.O.P...

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