People: New Approaches

Congressman John Elliott Ranlcin of Mississippi, who hopes to succeed his late, filibustering Tweedledee, Theodore Bilbo, in the Senate, let go a memorable tweedledum as he promised to carry on the filibustering. "A filibuster is legitimate," said he, "when it is legitimate."

Clement Attlee, opening an educational center as a memorial to oldtime Fabian Socialist Beatrice Webb, hoped aloud that the place would not be full of radio and gramophone music. "One of the hardest things at this time," observed Britain's much-criticized Prime Minister, now deep in hard times, "is to get some...

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