A Senate torn by an effort to make politics pure continued last week to ignore a resolution by New Hampshire's stubborn Charles W. Tobey. Mr. Tobey wanted the Senate to deplore the Census Bureau's income and personal questions. Flying in Mr. Tobey's direction came a brickbat from Franklin Roosevelt, a concession from Commerce Secretary Harry Hopkins. Snapped Mr. Roosevelt, touchy last week with a cold: "For the first time . . . a U. S. Senator has openly advised the American people to violate the law." Mr. Hopkins, still ill and away from his desk for the eighth month,...

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