The Election: The New Senate

The new Senate, which will probably be called on to ratify the peace treaty, will be more internationalist than the last.

On the crest of the national wave, Democrats ousted three sitting Republicans, lost at least two present seats to the G.O.P. Result: the party make-up of the new Senate will be virtually the same as the old. And it will be led again by Majority Leader "Dear Alben" Barkley, who won easy re-election in Kentucky.

The voters showed their internationalist sympathies in ousting Republicans. To defeat went North Dakota's slippery Isolationist Gerald P....

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