National Affairs: Messy Mass

Into the White House last week strode Senator George Higgins Moses of New Hampshire, brimming with big ideas. He had just been named head of the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee to maintain or augment a G. O. P. Senate majority in next year's elections.

The messiness of G. O. P. politics in Massachusetts is due to jealousies and backbiting between leaders and senatorial candidates. The Senate seat now occupied by white-goateed Frederick Huntington Gillett is open to the 1930 election. Aged 78, an officeholder for a half-century, he is the Senate's best contract bridge...

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