THE CONGRESS: Political Feud

It pains any Senator to be denied patronage, to have the Internal Revenue Bureau prosecute his aids for income tax evasion, to be treated as an outcast by his own party. Last week Huey Long could stand it no longer. Being pugnacious, at least in words, he started a campaign of reprisal against the Administration. He would show Franklin Roosevelt Huey Long's intrinsic worth—his nuisance value.

Being expert at such work he picked the Administration's most vulnerable spot and began to hammer. The greater part of the Senate despises Huey Long. But...

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