National Affairs: Work of the 67th

Except the Senate's ratification of the Armament Treaties, little but routine work was done by the 67th Congress.

Congress, mightily Republican, opened by supporting the party and the party's President. Its climax was a high tariff. Its twilight came in November, when the political lives of many conservative Republicans were lost. Its end was a clattering of blocs—the farmer bloc, the veterans' bloc, the progressive bloc, the mothers' bloc.


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