Last week 36,000 citizens in Indiana, 27,000 in California, 25,000 each in Texas and New York, 5,000 in Montana—300,000 all told in the nation—were seeking public office in next autumn's elections. Like 300,000 raisins they helped to make the U. S. political ferment seethe, burble, and spill over in dozens of different places.

Some of last week's spillings:

Two to Satisfy. President Roosevelt in his speech at Green Bay, Wis. put a smart finger into one of the most turbulent State brews. In 1932 Senator Robert Marion...

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