DEMOCRATS: Don't Let Them Give It Away

After licking its election wounds in comparative quiet for six months, the Democratic Party began prowling and growling again last week. Items: ¶ In the Missouri legislature at Jefferson City, Harry Truman made his first speech since leaving the White House, promised that he would "be of some use to the Democratic Party in the future." Confining his jabs at the Republicans to the home front, he urged his hearers to "get behind the President" in foreign policy. ¶ At an Alabama League of Municipalities gathering in Montgomery, Senator John...

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