THE CONGRESS: Back to Work

The flow of Southern oratory which had stopped all Senate business since Jan. 17 ended by drowning all opposition. New Mexico's Senator Dennis Chavez, who had tried to force a vote on establishing a permanent Fair Employment Practices Commission, finally gave up. The 24-day filibuster triumphantly ended, the highest legislative chamber in the land was free to function once again.


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