PRIMARIES: It's a Bust

Just before Georgia's Democrats went to their polls last week to vote in the next-to-last of Franklin Roosevelt's historic Purge primaries, the Purge candidate for Senator, sober-sided U. S. District Attorney Lawrence Sabyllia Camp of Atlanta, received two last-minute encouragements: the Senate Campaign Expenditures Committee declared in Washington that there had been nothing improper about the discharge "for political activities" (against Mr. Camp) of Edgar Dunlap as Atlanta counsel for RFC (TIME, Aug. 29); and the fourth man in the race, Lawyer William G. McRae of Atlanta, withdrew, urging his supporters...

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