National Affairs: Booms

Oscar W. Underwood, after four months abroad, returned to this country. In Alabama the State Legislature, which convenes in the middle of July, awaited the Senator's reply to its request that he become a candidate for the Presidency. He is rated a conservative, a "moist" (as opposed to "wet") and an advocate of an active foreign policy.

Before the Alabama Senator went south to address his state legislature, he paused in Washington long enough to deliver a statement attacking the Administration's foreign policy. At once his attack was hailed as the first step of...

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