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As a U.S. politician, squat, bearded, 63-year-old Sculptor Jo Davidson is something to send an oldtime ward boss tottering off to the nearest gas jet. For one thing, he is living in Paris. For another, he admits that he likes the place. He lived there for 30 years before World War II, and wouldn't mind living there the rest of his life. He has a stone-and-wood workshop in Lahaska, in Bucks County, Pa., a region thickly settled by Broadway wits and literary wights; but his four-story, pink stucco Paris house has...

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