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THE CONGRESS: The New Filibusterers

By the end of last week U.S. Senators had poured forth half a million words during three weeks of debate on the tidelands bill. This was too much for Majority...

REPUBLICANS: The Durkin Tempest

As one appointment after another flashed out of Dwight Eisenhower's New York headquarters, there was scarcely a sound from Ohio, where Robert A. Taft was...

National Affairs: Maine: Ike 9, Taft 5

In Maine, the process of picking delegates to the Republican National Convention is usually as traditional as the state's Republicanism; party leaders make a...

THE CONGRESS: Second Serving

THE CONGRESS Second Serving Ohio's Robert A. Taft, dressed in cool seersucker, grinned from ear to ear. The Senate had had a tumultuous week, but always in...

POLITICAL NOTES: Yes, Meaning Maybe

Robert A. Taft was trekking through Maine and New Hampshire last week, making speeches and conferring with Republican leaders behind the kind of doors...

REPUBLICANS: Announcement Expected

Robert A. Taft this week was about ready to announce that he is a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination. The stage was set. Ohio's Republican...

POLITICAL NOTES: What Price Catcalls?

Many a Republican was proud last week as Ohio's Senator Robert A. Taft pushed on through the West. His speeches were flavorous with facts. He talked reasonably,...

Radio: Gentlemen, Please!

"Just a moment, please!" cried Moderator Faye Emerson. Helplessly banging her gavel, she tried to get a word in: "Gentlemen! Gentlemen! Excuse me, gentlemen!"...

REPUBLICANS: The Man to Beat

The morning after last week's Nebraska primary, Ohio's Senator Robert A. Taft was standing in the Senate cloakroom, his eyes glued to the news ticker. A...

Medicine: Malignant Tumors

The malignant disease which killed Senator Robert A. Taft was of a fairly uncommon but not rare type.* Its characteristics: the extensive spread through the...

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