National Affairs: One Long Year

High point of big, amiable, 54-year-old Frederick Steiwer's eleven years as a U. S. Senator was his keynote speech at the Republican National Convention of 1936 on the "Three Long Years" of the New Deal. Since then Fred Steiwer has been notable chiefly as one of the 16 Republicans in the Senate. Even in Oregon, the memory of his patient services in boosting tariffs on lumber, wool, and fruit and his reputation as The Veterans' Friend have been dimmed by more spectacular political personalities to the point where Fred Steiwer's chances for re-election...

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