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CONNECTICUT: The Bowles Question

Connecticut's Democratic politicos puzzled over whether they had inherited a has-been or an up-&-coming martyr in Chester Bowles. While Bowles cruised in a...

The Administration: Our Man . . .

The U.S. embassy aides were well-scrubbed, white-shirted and business-suited as they waited at New Delhi's Palam airport. "I'll be damned," cried one of the...

CONNECTICUT: The Windstorm

It was 2:30 a.m., and New Haven's Hotel Taft was crowded with politicians, all wide awake. Leading Candidate John Davis Lodge, of the Boston Lodges,* paused...

Matter of Approach

OPA's tall, chin-chopper boss, Chester Bliss Bowles, walked up Capitol Hill last week to ask Congress to extend OPA for another 18 months. As usual, Adman...

THE ADMINISTRATION: Battle of the Century

(See Cover) One day last week Chester Bliss Bowles picked up his office telephone and heard the voice of a farm-bloc Senator: "Damn it, Chet, everyone else...

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