At Eastern Point last week the Connecticut Democracy, long a minority in State politics, convened to make nominations for the November election. From Homer Stille Cummings, onetime chairman of the Democratic National Committee, down to the youngest of the 1,000 delegates at the Griswold Hotel, the party representatives had one antagonist in mind: big-bodied, hard-eyed John Henry Roraback, Republican National Committeeman, for 18 years Connecticut's firm-fisted G. O. P. Boss, president of Connecticut Light & Power Co. To break Boss Roraback's grip, the Democrats at Eastern Point informally decided to put...

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