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THE STATES: Long . . . By Grace

Louisiana has yet to make history by trying a Governor under impeachment. For a month its House of Representatives had labored mightily erecting an...

LOUISIANA: Huey Hoisted

LOUISIANA Huey Hoisted In Baton Rouge last week, before the 33-story capitol he built, a bold, 14-ft. statue of Huey P. Long was hoisted into place over his...

POLITICAL NOTES: Louisiana's Kaiser

Louisiana's Kaiser Louisiana is a state unto itself. Many are its traditions, fine and enviable. One of them is that in its 117-year career in the Union it...

The Press: Potatoes & Seals

As governor of Louisiana, Huey P. Long liked to boast that he could buy & sell legislators "like sacks of potatoes." As far as the New Orleans Item (circ...

POLITICAL NOTES: Louisiana's Long

For three hours the Louisiana House of Representatives pushed and yelled. One member fainted during his impassioned speech about the Crucifixion. Another...

POLITICAL NOTES: Petition & Privilege

Petition & Privilege Why Louisiana will not be an exhibitor at Chicago's "Century of Progress" Fair this summer was last week explained to an Alexandria,...

FARMERS: Debtors Denied

Last autumn the Louisville Joint Stock Land Bank was stayed from foreclosing a $9,000 mortgage on William W. Radford's 170-acre Kentucky farm by a brand-new...

National Affairs: La. Lady v. Ky. Colonel

Shortly after Senator Huey P. Long got a black eye for committing a nuisance in the Sands Point (L. I.) Bath Club washroom and invited the Roosevelt...

National Affairs: Louisiana Governor

Gubernatorial elections on the Mississippi's lower left bank are cross and colorful. Most Louisianans, state-proud, would rather be Governor than President...

Education: My University

"This is my university," bellowed Senator Huey Pierce Long last month. 'I can fire a thousand of these students and get ten thousand in place of them any...

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