U.S. At War: The Primaries

By this week 26 States had held their primaries. Voting was light. People were too hot, too busy or too indifferent to make anything but elections-as-usual of the democratic right to name political leaders.

Editor in Ohio. Fourteen pre-war isolationist Congressmen won renominations. For the defeat of No. 15, the loudest of them all, Cleveland newspapers could claim a big red apple.

Outstanding among Cleveland's many human assets is Louis B. Seltzer, able, active editor of the Cleveland Press. He decided it was high time Ohio's 20th District elected a war-minded, world-minded Democratic Congressman...

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