POLITICAL NOTES: What Price Catcalls?

Many a Republican was proud last week as Ohio's Senator Robert A. Taft pushed on through the West. His speeches were flavorous with facts. He talked reasonably, and on a high plane, never sinking to a discussion of personalities.

In a way, he was selling his party more than himself, and he undertook to define the differences between Republicans and Democrats in great detail. Taft defined the Republican Party as the party which can handle foreign affairs with realism, reduce Government controls, lower taxes, encourage business enterprise, keep labor happy, but in check, and administer the nation's affairs with a sense...

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