The Benson campaign responded to Ray Chase’s well-funded publication with limited time and resources. The response focused on a small fraction of the images that Chase had manipulated to create the illusion of Governor Benson appearing with a Communist activist, among many others. Chase hid behind his smear tactics and never responded to these accusations.
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