National Affairs: Senatorial Campaigns

In each state the Senatorial campaign is painted with its own peculiar colors, beer v. no beer, farmers v. urbanites, slush v. purity, etc.; but the sweeping question which buzzes nationally is: "Will the Democrats be able to capture control of the next Senate?" Even in the 69th Congress, the Democrats and the insurgent Republicans, whenever they united, could outvote the regular Republicans. But actually to control the Senate and be able to organize its committees, the Democrats must have at least 49 members. They now have 39, are not in danger of losing any,...

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