THE CONGRESS: Relief for Lawyers?

Francis Eugene Walter of Easton, Pa. is what most other U. S. Representatives would like to be: a Congressman who can afford to play statesman. Towheaded, brainy, Democratic Mr. Walter is a director of the Easton National Bank, a successful lawyer who gets along equally well with Bethlehem Steel Corp. and with Bethlehem workers, who abound in his bailiwick. By conviction ("I believe in it") and vote (for TVA, Wagner Act, etc.) he is a confirmed New Dealer.

Most people outside of Pennsylvania never heard of Mr. Walter until last week. Then...

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