Washington Turnabout

The 78th Congress had yet to enact an important law—yet by last week it had reversed the whole legislative trend of the last ten years. For a decade Congress, at the Administration's prodding, has hounded economic royalists, corporations, public utilities. Now the 78th, turning squarely around, was hounding the Administration.

In a scant six weeks its pattern had been spread for the U.S. people to read in every page of the Congressional Record, in the angry, antibureaucracy bills that tumbled into full hoppers, in the killing off of Leon Henderson and Ed Flynn,...

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