U.S. At War: The 1944 Little Show

In the U.S. political circus, good shows were also going on in the smaller rings. These elections were not merely interesting to the immediate spectators, they were important, for they will decide what kind of Senate, in particular, the next President will have.

Races that are closest, important, or both:

Connecticut. Republican Senator John A. Danaher will lose some votes because of his non-interventionist record, will gain some because of his good labor record. Campaigning for the maintenance of the American system, he looked like the winner over New Dealing Brien McMahon, 41, ex-Assistant...

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