DEMOCRATS: Under the Skin

The Democratic National Chairman was feeling rotten. Bob Hannegan recently had a lot of teeth pulled. Now he was convalescing in the Arizona Biltmore, in Phoenix, with tender gums and a sore throat. The telephone rang, and added to his sufferings a headache from Washington.

A few days before, the Democratic Digest had come off Capitol presses with the charge that a vote for the stringent Case anti-strike bill had been a "vote against the American people."

Southern Congressmen, most of whom were among the 109 Democrats who had voted for the bill, exploded, demanded that the slur on their honor...

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