At the Yale Club's annual dinner in Washington last week, Yaleman Robert A. Taft rose before a cheering throng of fellow alumni. Relaxed, Bob Taft talked about the new Administration. Said he: "Some progress has been made, but it seems slow and will seem slower in the future ... I think it's going to get worse before it gets better. But I think a year from now the Administration will be very popular . . . I think they're doing pretty well."

Bob Taft's use of "they" was, in a sense, misleading: he should have said "we." For the Senator from...

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