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National Affairs: Espionage Exposed

Published last autumn by Bobbs-Merrill Co. was a $2.50 volume called Labor Spy, purporting to be the autobiography of a crack operative who spent 20 years at...

National Affairs: Graven Images

The attacks of his political enemies are something Mr. LaFollette will receive in due course, but why should he be attacked by the Methodist Church? Dr...

National Affairs: La Follette's Magazine

The suggestion recently was bandied about that President Harding should have a press agent. If Senator La Follette should ever become President, he, at...

CONGRESS: War from Both Sides

As if to show that the two old parties mean nothing to them, two Senators will glide gaily over party lines to encourage their parties' opponents at the...

Imaginary Interviews: Apr. 21, 1923

(During the Past Week the Daily Prets Gave Extensive Publicity to the Following Men and Women. Let Each Explain to You Why His Name Appeared in the Headlines.)...

National Affairs: PIVOTAL PRIMARY

WISCONSIN'S famed reform Governor (1901-05), Robert M. La Follette, shocked professional politicians in 1905 by pushing a novel measure through his...

Radio: Program Preview, Jun. 3, 1946

For seven days, beginning Sunday, June 2. (All times are E.D.S.T.) Shakespeare (Sun. 12 noon, CBS). Harvard Professor Theodore Spencer, Drama Critic Louis...

National Affairs: Kicks & Recoils

Tom Dewey's supporters kicked and fought last week over plans to take a poll of presidential choices at the Wisconsin Republican State Convention in Madison...

ECONOMY: Where Is the Waste?

Apple-cheeked, apple-growing Senator Harry Flood Byrd of Virginia, whose committee has been mulling over ways & means of cutting down Government expenses,...

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