THE CONGRESS: Time for Unity

Congress was a different body of men last week. The faces were the same, but the words had changed.

"I approve completely what has been done," said New Hampshire's Styles Bridges, long a sharp-tongued critic of Administration foreign policy. Sage old Charles Eaton, top Republican of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, agreed: "We've got a rattlesnake by the tail and the sooner we pound its damn head in, the better." Added Virginia's Democrat Harry Byrd, leader of the Dixie dissenters, "This is a time for unity, as we must win."

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