CONGRESS: Historic Sentence?

Senator Claude Benson Pepper of Florida, who looks like a backwoods Noel Coward, is a zealous supporter of the President, and enjoys the confidences of some White House Janizaries. For that reason, what young Senator Pepper did and said last week had a special significance. First, he proposed to the Senate that the U. S. sell its Army and Navy planes to the Allies (when in the President's judgment these sales do not imperil U. S. defense). The proposal was shelved by a Foreign Relations Committee vote of twelve to one. Mr....

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