GEORGIA: Double Trouble

Georgia was getting more publicity than a two-headed calf—and seemed to suffer from the same ailments which harass such a rare beast. Each of Georgia's heads wanted to go in a different direction. Each mooed incessantly. Each tried to butt the other out of the feedbox. Meanwhile, the animal proper did not seem able to eat, walk or cough up its cud, but simply stood disconsolately, enduring violent disturbances of the fourth stomach.

After two weeks in office, young Governor Herman ("Hummon") Talmadge still held his favored position on the neck of state. But the constitutionality of his succession was...

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