FARMERS,LABOR: Mopping Up

ELECTION

By last week most U. S. citizens had recovered their normal temperature after a feverish election. Once again World War II took over the headlines. The radio returned to straightforward entertainment. Here & there a deadlocked election still awaited the final count. There were the customary post-election cries of fraud, demands for recounts, for changes in the rules. But for most people the campaign was over and done with. Some tag ends:

How Much? Republican and Democratic National Committees closed their campaign books with bland, canary-swallowing announcements that their expenditures had been kept...

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