National Affairs: Hurley-Curley

The hurricane that hit Massachusetts last week (see p. 11) was only slightly more surprising to its citizens than the results of the Democratic primary vote for Governor, cast the day before. Beaten by Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. for the Senate two years ago, beaten last year in a try for a fourth term as Mayor of Boston, James Michael Curley was supposed to be "all washed up." But political weathermen knew that Governor Charles F. Hurley, since he succeeded Mr. Curley in the State House two years ago, had been exercising an unusual...

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