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National Affairs: By-Play

A bit of byplay to National Politics took place last week in New York. Republicans and Democrats both held state conventions and nominated candidates for...

The Nation: Two Who Will Run the House

Thomas Philip ("Tip") O'Neill Jr., who turned 64 last week, is the quintessential Boston Irish pol. Grandson of an immigrant bricklayer, he was a campaign worker...

National Affairs: Mr. Walker

The night that Nominee Smith denounced Whispering at Oklahoma City, Nominee Smith's slim, trig, glib little lieutenant, Mayor James John Walker of New York...

National Affairs: Writer Ruhl

Republicans were surprised, Democrats pleased, non-partisans filled with admiration when, last week, the New York Herald Tribune, outstanding G. 0. P. organ in...

Books: The Fishmonger & the Squire

ROOSEVELT: THE LION AND THE Fox (553 pp.)—James MacGregor Burns—Harcourf, Brace ($5.75). THE HAPPY WARRIOR (320 pp.)—Emily Smith Warner— Doubleday ($4.50)...

National Affairs: Cradle Rocked

For the first time since the Cradle of Liberty first rocked, a woman spoke in Faneuil Hall, Boston, on Independence Day. She was U. S. Representative (Mrs.)...

National Affairs: They Hate Ike

The poison pen pals of the U.S., who began smearing Ike Eisenhower more or less covertly before the New Hampshire primary, were hard at work last week on an...

National Affairs: McAdoo

Ever since the hour of Alfred E. Smith's nomination, many a dry-rural-Democrat had waited for a McAdoodle. Finally, last week, 72 hours before the election, it...

HISTORICAL NOTES: Total Politician

Crusty old (77) Jesse Jones had no reason to be surprised that the influence boys have been working on the RFC. During the twelve turbulent years that Jones...

National Affairs: Shelf

Stirred by June headlines to its quadrennial semiconsciousness, the body politic of the U. S.—the so-called "silent vote" which really decides presidential...

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