...supporters of both Senator Taft and General Eisenhower regarded a resolution adopted yesterday by party chairmen of eighteen Midwestern and Rocky Mountain states as a boost for their respective candidates. The resolution...favored "a candidate whose hands are not tied and who has no strings attached, who will wage war without wavering against the gigantic pyramid of unholy power which has been erected on the banks of the Potomac." --from The New York Times January 6th, 1952
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