The Coming Congressional Elections

May 1942
New Republic;5/18/42, Vol. 106 Issue 20, p668
Focuses on the survey conducted by the research firm Gallup Poll Ltd. to show the political trends of the upcoming U.S. Congressional elections. Opinion that a gain of thirty-five Democratic seats in the fall of election would not be satisfactory at a time when more than thirty-five Republicans need to be retired for the betterment of the nation; Analysis of the primary election results leads to the conclusion that the next Congress will be like the present Congress; Effects of the ongoing World War II in the upcoming Congressional elections.


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