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Also in the latest Search Off the Record podcast, Google invited Dewey from the search quality team to talk about spam prevention methods.
Dewey, who was New York governor in 1948, seemed bound for an easy victory.
His smooth, above-the-fray approach probably cost Dewey the presidency.
Dewey Square was hired to do the outreach to these communities by Global Strategies, another public affairs consulting firm.
Of the four Republican presidential nominees from 1948 to 1968, only two were “next in line”—Thomas Dewey and Richard Nixon.
Meanwhile, the from-the-left insurgency of former Vice President Henry Wallace tipped New York to Dewey and the Republicans.
The New York law was intended to bite - and Dewey plainly intended to make his law an issue in the presidential election of 1948.
William Howard Taft; 2, Thomas Dewey (1944 and 48, moustache) and Charles Evans Hughes (1916, beard).
Dewey was ready to fight with ships, but he did not want to fight with forts, so he waited for darkness to come before going in.
Then Dewey thought it was time to give his men a rest and let them have some breakfast, so he steamed away.
Some shots were fired back, but in a few minutes it was all over and Dewey's squadron was safe in Manila Bay.
Before that very few had heard of George Dewey; now he was looked on as one of our greatest naval heroes.
"Dewey on the bridge," with shot and shell screaming about him, was as fine a figure as "Farragut in the shrouds" had once been.