U.S. At War: Progress of the Fourth Term

The Fourth Term movement got two pats and one smack last week. Endorse ments came from:

> The Louisiana State Federation of Labor.

> Brash New Orleans Shipbuilder Andrew Jackson Higgins.

Republicans got in the smack, and it was a beauty, reminding bystanders of nothing less than the 1932-1936 Democratic efforts of wily Charley Michelson, the Old Master, who had a knack of making the Republicans look like stumblebums. Replying to Democratic National Chairman Frank Walker's suggestion that the 1944 campaign be held late, G.O.P. Chairman Harrison Spangler wrote: "We are willing to accept your...

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