National Affairs: Michigan Seat

Few people would have difficulty in naming a Senator from Michigan. James Couzens does not hide his person and his opinions beneath many bushels of reticence or modesty. But the name of the other Senator from Michigan? The slender, slightly stooped man of 75, with snow-white hair and academic features? The venerable schoolteacher who beat out Henry Ford as Michigan's "favorite son" at the National Democratic Convention four years ago? He joined his colleague on the front pages of the newspapers last week. While Senator Couzens was...

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