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Major campaign speeches of Adlai E. Stevenson, 1952

Author: Adlai E Stevenson
Publisher: New York : Random House, 1953.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adlai E Stevenson
OCLC Number: 544024
Description: xxxi, 320 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Welcoming address: Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois --
Speech of acceptance: Chicago, Illinois --
The beginning of the campaign: Springfield, Illinois --
The nature of patriotism: New York City --
Equal rights: New York City --
Faith in liberalism: New York City --
War and peace: broadcast to the armed forces overseas --
Bi-partisan foreign policy: Grand Rapids, Michigan --
Improving our labor laws: Detroit, Michigan --
Is it liberation?: Hamtramck, Michigan --
Time for a change-?: Denver, Colorado --
Farm policy: Kasson, Minnesota --
The new West: Cheyenne, Wyoming --
The one-party press: Portland, Oregon --
The people's natural resources: Seattle, Washington --
World policy: San Francisco, California --
On political morality: Los Angeles, California --
The American future: Los Angeles, California --
Campaign issues: Phoenix, Arizona --
The threat of communism: Albuquerque, New Mexico --
The atomic future: Hartford, Connecticut --
The New England tradition: Springfield, Massachusetts --
To the young marines: Quantico, Virginia --
The new South: Richmond, Virginia --
The role of labor: New York City --
The control of inflation: Baltimore, Maryland --
Economy in government: Indianapolis, Indiana --
Korea: Louisville, Kentucky --
First fireside speech: Chicago, Illinois --
Social gains and the public welfare: Columbus, Ohio --
A whistle-stop: Ypsilanti, Michigan --
Safeguards against communism: Detroit, Michigan --
The area of freedom: Madison, Wisconsin --
The proper role of government: St. Louis, Missouri --
Tidelands oil -foreign trade: New Orleans, Louisiana --
On liberty of conscience: Salt Lake City, Utah --
Second fireside speech: Los Angeles, California --
The idea of human freedom: San Antonio, Texas --
Leadership for peace: Herald Tribune Forum --
The Hiss case: Cleveland, Ohio --
The United Nations: our hope and our commitment: Springfield, Illinois --
Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Poughkeepsie, New York --
Our religion and politics: Boston, Massachusetts --
The new force in America: New York City --
Business and government: Reading, Pennsylvania --
The fundamental issues: Brooklyn, New York --
The campaign is over!: Chicago, Illinois --
The good fight: Chicago, Illinois --
To future citizens: Half Day, Illinois --
The verdict -we pray as one: Springfield, Illinois.
Responsibility: Adlai E. Stevenson ; With an introd. by the author.


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