Fight on, my men . . .
A little I mehurt, but yett not slaine;
He but lye downe and bleede awhile,
And then He rise and fight againe.
The President, unhorsed in the Senate battle over civil rights, came a cropper again, this time in the fight in the House to overthrow the Taft-Hartley Act. Harried from every side, his congressional forces were trapped between a softened version of the Taft-Hartley Act and the Administration's moderately toughened version of the Wagner Act.
As the debate rolled into its second week, Speaker Sam Rayburn made one last effort to break...