MICHIGAN: Lost Lover

One day last week when Michigan counted its primary ballots the New Deal suffered two defeats. The first, utterly inglorious, involved Emil Hurja, Democratic Boss Farley's No. 1 assistant, who was disfranchised when the election board at Crystal Falls discovered that his absentee ballot was improperly witnessed. The second New Deal defeat was that one of the scant 23 Republicans now in the U. S. Senate definitely lost his chance of returning there. He was James Couzens, who made his millions as a onetime Ford partner and his reputation for independence as...

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