THE CONGRESS: No Special Session

On his vacation, the President several times repeated that he would call no special session of the Senate or House of Representatives. But, back in Washington, it behooved him last week to let the politicians come and tell him he was right.

Senator Gerald P. Nye, aggressive progressive from North Dakota, told the President that he was wrong. He warned him that the contests over seating the Senators-elect, William S. Vare of Pennsylvania and Frank L. Smith of Illinois, were going to consume many valuable weeks of the Senate's time; that a jam...

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