REPUBLICANS: The Sour-Faced Governess

In Washington's Georgetown University Hospital last week, Michigan's Senator Arthur Vandenberg went under the surgeon's knife for the third time in six months. He had been in hospitals seven times in the past nine weeks, and most of the time he had been in extreme pain, unable to sit up for more than a few hours. Last week, in a four-hour operation, a nonmalignant tumor in and around his spine was removed and with it, friends hoped, the real reason for his failure to recuperate from his operation last fall. But the...

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