The Senate: Summing It Up

November 1976
National Review;11/26/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 45, p1280
The article reflects on the results of the U.S. Senate races as of November 1976. It contends that despite the loss suffered by several conservative Republican incumbents, it was countered by the victory posted by several conservative Democrats. It provides a background of the Democratic and Republican contenders. It also enumerates Republican legislators who won over Democratic candidates. It identifies Democratic party leaders who are of presidential quality including Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia.


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