POLITICAL NOTES: Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie

Idaho's banjo-playing Senator Glen H. Taylor, who served Henry Wallace as a combination singing cowboy and vice-presidential candidate in last November's election, announced the results of a bit of deductive thought. Interviewed last week on the Meet the Press radio show, he said that he had concluded that the "American people do not want a splinter party." In danger of becoming a splinter himself if he didn't get Democratic Party support for re-election next year, Glen added melodiously that he was no longer "associated" in any way with H. Wallace & Co.

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