REPUBLICANS: Hughy's Fudocracy

Pennsylvania's Hugh Scott Jr., 52, is a sixth-term Congressman whose 1948-49 stint as Republican National Committee chairman was marked by more noise than victory. Once a Tom Dewey partisan and more recently a member of Eisenhower's personal campaign staff, Scott last week complained that some Republicans in Congress are acting like "quarreling old women," and a few are "old fuds," * blocking the Eisenhower program and thus endangering G.O.P. election prospects. Writing in the American Magazine, Scott named to his "fudocracy": in the Senate, Wisconsin's Joe McCarthy, 43, Nevada's George W. Malone, 63, Idaho's Herman Welker, 46; and in...

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