National Affairs: The Busy Traveler

Nevada's stubborn old Pat McCarran, robust tenor in the U.S. Senate's choir of minor statesmen, was off to see for himself how Europe was faring. Three weeks, he figured, would be enough time to check up on the thousands of displaced persons he is keeping out of the U.S. by sitting tight on the Administration's D.P. bill in the Judiciary Committee. He could also work in a visit with Generalissimo Francisco Franco to talk about a $50 million U.S. loan and discuss U.S. recognition of Spain. And in his spare time, he would be able to tour Italy, France, Belgium, Germany...

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