U.S. At War: Cleveland: Man to Watch

Clevelanders knew they had a good thing two years ago when they elected Frank John Lausche mayor by the greatest majority in the city's history. Last week, up for reelection, gangly, earnest Frank Lausche (rhymes with how shay) got 71% of the vote—the biggest percentage in Cleveland's history. He captured 32 of the city's 33 wards, lacked only a hundred votes of carrying the 33rd. A Democrat, he swept Republican wards with ease. On his coattails, Democrats elected their first city council in 30 years. He was the only Democrat of stature above the...

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