National Affairs: Insurgents

Three questions arose in Congress between the regular Republicans and their insurgent fellows. One case was in the House and two were in the Senate.

No. 1) In the House in passing out committee places the regular Republicans ousted the insurgents from all strategic places. The test put to the insurgents was: a) Had they voted for Longworth for Speaker, and b) had they voted with the regular Republicans to change the rule on discharging committees? They had not. The sword severed them from most of their committee places. The group from Wisconsin suffered...

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