At foreign-aid time, there are few sharper antagonists in the House than Louisiana Democrat Otto Passman and Minnesota Republican Walter Judd—Passman passionately against, Judd dourly for. Louisiana's Passman, 59, onetime refrigerator distributor and World War II Navy materiel and procurement officer, seven-term Congressman and Appropriations Committee axman, is an acknowledged expert who knows how to find every foreign-aid dollar in every foreign-aid pipeline and how to take maximum debating advantage thereof. Minnesota's Dr. Judd. 60, onetime medical missionary in China, is a nine-term Congressman and Foreign Affairs Committee veteran who just as expertly supports foreign aid out of his own...

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