U.S. At War: Senate v. House

In the great running fight between the Congress and the President, the House had struck a foul blow. Last week the Senate tried to make amends for that blow.

Fortnight ago the House attached to an appropriations bill a rider stipulating that no part of the funds provided therein should be used to pay the salaries of three men called "radicals" by the Dies committee. In effect, unable to have-at the President, the House was trying to knock off three small-fry New Dealers. One was Robert Morss Lovett, 72, Government Secretary of the Virgin Islands, oldtime liberal, war horse of pacifism, longtime...

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