National Affairs: In Wisconsin

Possessed of a distinct individuality, as its vote in the last election shows, Wisconsin went about her peculiar ways last week. She held a primary in anticipation of an election on Sept. 29 to fill the Senate seat vacated by the death of Robert M. LaFollette.

There were nearly a dozen candidates in the field and the interest centered on the Republican contest, in which four aspirants were entered. Those four were: Robert M. LaFollette Jr., running on his father's platform; Roy Porter Wilcox, onetime state senator, candi- date of the Republican state...

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