REPUBLICANS: Backfire in Wisconsin

The moment Alexander Wiley heard some of his weird Wisconsin Republican colleagues let loose, he had good reason to guess that he was licked. The state G.O.P. convention, meeting in Milwaukee last week to choose its candidate for the U.S. Senate primary in September, cheered attacks on "Uncle Sap's" foreign-aid program, then passed resolutions praising the Bricker amendment and the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act. As everybody knew, Alex Wiley had been consistently faithful to the Administration's foreign policy as ranking Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, had voted against the Bricker...

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