THE CONGRESS: Makings of the 73rd

The following primaries last week made the following news:

In Georgia, a famed son of a famed father beat a famed son of a famed father for the Senate seat of the late William Julius Harris. Nominated (and hence as good as elected) was Democrat Richard Brevard ("Dick") Russell Jr., 34. bachelor Governor whose father is Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court. Defeated was Charles Robert Crisp, 61, long-time Representative whose late father was Speaker of the House 40 years ago. Representative Crisp, whose heroic efforts to balance the Federal Budget with...

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