U.S. At War: Majority Pared

The Democratic majority in the Senate fell to a new low for Franklin Roosevelt's twelve-year-old regime. To succeed the late Democratic Senator John Moses, North Dakota's Governor Fred Aandahl last week appointed lean, sandy-haired Milton R. Young, 47, farmer and Republican member of the state legislature since 1933, a politico rated "a little right of center." His appointment left the Democrats 55 of 96 Senate seats.


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