National Affairs: It's on the House

Until he trudged out on the apron of the National Airport where the big C-54 was waiting for passengers, Indiana's Representative Earl Wilson was sure of only one thing: he was going to Switzerland on a wonderful free ride. Why, he hadn't the faintest idea. In the House the day before, Minority Leader Joe Martin had asked him how he would like to make the trip. Earl had said "fine," and Joe had told him to go home and pack his bags.

Congressman Wilson finally found out that he was going to attend a world assembly of Frank Buchman's bleating, pacifist Moral...

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