Washington Notes

T. R. B.
May 1944
New Republic;5/15/44, Vol. 110 Issue 20, p680
Presents information on Congressional elections in the U.S. and news briefs. Information on Senator Lister Hill of Alabama; Information on Senator Claude Pepper of Florida; Failure of anti-African American campaign during the elections; Reasons for on the defeat Representative Joe Starnes Alabama; Comments on the activities of Scott Russell, chief counsel for the Special Senate Committee on Postwar Economic Policy and Planning; Report that U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's health continues to be encouraging; Celebration of the anniversary of the Polish Constitution by Senators and Representatives.


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