CONNECTICUT: One More Democrat

"All my life, since I was a young lawyer, I have wanted to be a judge," Connecticut's big, friendly Republican Senator Raymond Baldwin declared last week. Instead, his path had kept him in politics for 20 years. After three terms as governor of Connecticut, he passed up a $30,000-a-year job as vice president of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. to answer the party call again and make the race for the Senate.

But Baldwin had never been altogether happy in Washington. Ever since his election he had been in a frustrating and unsuccessful battle against the built-in conservatives of...

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