THE CONGRESS: Unruly Charges

All week the Senate wrangled in disorganized confusion. Members were tired of night sessions, tired of each other and dead tired of Majority Leader Scott Lucas' heavyhanded efforts to keep things moving. The nation's highest deliberative body was debating whether to extend ECA for 15 months. Oregon's Wayne Morse, always one of the quickest to anger, rose in shrill complaint:

"There is a great deal of criticism in the cloakrooms . . . There is a feeling that the Democratic forces are cracking the whip . . . There are some of us who happen to be prima donnas enough...

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