DEMOCRATS: Razzum Spasm

Bouncing off the B. & O.'s Diplomat in Washington one afternoon last week, twinkling Tourist Harry S. Truman volunteered that he had left his galoshes back in Independence, likely would not take his traditional morning walks along the capital's slush-puddled thoroughfares. Along with several score top-level Democrats, Truman was on hand for four days of meetings, lunches and fund-raisings that would kick off the Democrats' 1958 congressional campaign. As the opening whistle blew and the charges flew, it quickly became evident that Harry's galoshes were almost the only weapons that cocky...

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