Adlai Stevenson, 1900-1965, signed letter from Washington D.C. stationery: "October 24, 1956 Dear Mr. Paikos: As election day approaches, our great campaign to restore our government to all our people nears its climax. You and I know that this campaign will be won or lost in the precincts. The success, therefore, of our ticket is largely in your hands and I want you to know how grateful I am for all you've done and are doing for our party. Estes and I want to do everything we can to aid all Democratic Candidates. We will be counting on you November 6th -- and with a little extra effort on the part of all of us during these final days, we're confident we are going to win. Cordially...Adlai E. Stevenson". Stevenson has lost to President Eisenhower and becomes a determined internationalist, supporting a strong UN, calling for international nuclear test ban.
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