Harvard History Professor Arthur M. Schlesinger, pondering the moony tides of U. S. politics, last winter came to a conclusion that sent a little wave of gloom through U. S. conservatives. His conclusion: that the revolt against conservatism which began in 1931 will last until 1947-48. His qualification: this does not necessarily mean Term III, or even continuance of the Democrats in power; but rather that, no matter who is in office, the "political mood known loosely as New Dealism will govern the conduct of the Government."

On the other hand, Dr. George Gallup's pollsters by last week had...

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