Through their waving wheat fields, North Dakota Republicans went to the polls last week to decide whether they would renominate (and thus virtually reelect) lean, jut-jawed Senator Gerald Prentice Nye, or send to Washington hulking, jut-jawed Governor William Langer instead. Senator Nye, once a "radical," now a learned apostle of Neutrality, has for twelve years been at the top of North Dakota's political heap. But Governor Langer (whom the Federal Government tried, and failed, to jail in 1934 for openly levying on Relief clients for his campaign funds), called a demagogue by...

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