"Tuesday was plainly a raw, wet and characteristically a Democratic day. . . . I have constantly maintained the Republicans would encounter disaster this year. . . . The next two years will contain an amplitude of difficulty for the Administration."

Thus spoke tart Senator George Higgins Moses of New Hampshire, chairman of the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee, as he mournfully observed State after State replace Republican Senators with Democrats. The Democratic strength in the Senate during election night rose four, six, eight, possibly nine seats, bringing...

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