National Affairs: Stateswoman's Shin

One evening last week an automobile with a big trailer stood parked on a peaceful hillside near the town of Washington in southern Indiana. Below, at the bottom of a dark slope, the waters of a small lake shimmered faintly. The hour was nearly midnight and the car itself was dark and empty, but a soft light glowed from the windows of the trailer where a honeymooning couple were preparing for bed.

In the stillness of the night the car, with its lighted trailer outlined against the dark foliage of trees, began to move. Almost...

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