The New Liberals in Congress

T. R. B.
April 1943
New Republic;4/19/43, Vol. 108 Issue 16, p507
Focuses on the new liberals in the U.S. Congress. Report that the seventy-eighth Congress has brought to Washington some of the best first-team liberal material that has been seen around here in a long time; Information of discussions and debates of members in the House; Report that two young Democrats, George Outland and Chet Holifield came to Congress from California in this election, along with Will Rogers; List of the promising newcomers in the seventy-eighth Congress.


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