LABOR: On the South Side

Few members of the U.S. Congress walk both sides of the street as successully as Arkansas' Senator James William Fulbright. Often described as a "passionate Democrat" and a liberal, he is also good at conforming to his constituents, many of whom are far from being liberals. For instance, Fulbright knows how to tip his hat to Southern industrialists who capitalize on cheap labor. Last week, Dr. Full was in eclipse and Mr. Bright had the spotlight.

In 1952 Fulbright pushed through Congress a bill under which the courts could review U.S. Department of...

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