The Election: Sidelights

As the U. S. staged its greatest election in 151 years, citizens sulked, rejoiced, talked, paid bets, made peace, died, and were born.

> As soon as the Democratic victory became apparent, James A. Farley pleaded for "no reprisals," declared over the radio: "No American should have fear for the future." > Urging "unity" mass meetings, William Allen White, sage of Kansas, suggested public bonfires of campaign literature.

K Advertised in the New York Herald Tribune day after election: "Biggest Sale in History of Campaign Office Furniture —54 Suites of furnished offices used by...

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