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Dewey knew that we had broken the top Japanese code before Pearl Harbor. He knew that President Roosevelt, his Secretaries of War and Navy, and his Chief of Staff George Marshall, had advance warnings of the Japanese attack. He knew that Pearl Harbor was a disaster for which the Commander-in-Chief should be held personally responsible. Yet, he said nothing — and the voters failed to learn the truth. After the votes were counted, the Roosevelt foreign policy was safe again from any effective challenge for four years.
The midwest was clamor30 THE SMOKE-FILLED ROOM—1936 31 ing for recognition, and the eastern elite had decided that they would support a candidate from the corn belt. Before the night was out, it was pretty well agreed that their support would be thrown to Governor Alf Landon of Kansas, who, of course, never stood a chance to win, because there was no beating Roosevelt for reelection in 1936. " Support for Landon by the Lamont clique was sop for the midwest in a hopeless Republican year. The real goal was 1940 when, with the midwest presumably satisfied, the East would claim the right to name the nominee.
Of course this was a loaded question, as Taft's voting record was the opposite of pro-Communist Marcantonio. 1 Taft was beset by repeated attacks that had no regard for truth and decency. Arthur Hays Sulzberger, publisher of the NEW YORK TIMES, said that his newspaper was opposing Taft's presidential nomination "because it is so frightened at the thought of Mr. "2 As time for the Republican Convention approached, it became apparent that Taft had enough Delegates to win the nomination on the first ballot.