POLITICAL NOTES: Louisiana's Kaiser

Louisiana's Kaiser

Louisiana is a state unto itself. Many are its traditions, fine and enviable. One of them is that in its 117-year career in the Union it has never removed a governor by impeachment. Last week it prepared to shatter this tradition.

For ten months Huey P. Long has been Louisiana's governor. To many it seemed ten months too long. He had ruled the state as a political dictator, had tramped into the Legislature at Baton Rouge to issue his orders, had played hob with the State's appointive boards and commissions....

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