(Excerpted from the Congressional Record of last week )
It was Dec. 7, anniversary of shame, and the Senate Chaplain, Rev. Frederick Brown Harris, D.D., offered a special prayer for tolerance:
'Fashion in us a mind forgetful of past ill will, a heart of forgiving love. . . ."
(Up rose Virginia's Harry Byrd, who has rigorously avoided personalities in his ten years in the Senate. Senator Byrd felt moved to answer a statement made by Pennsylvania's Senator Joe Guffey. He notably ignored Senatorial courtesy, referring to the Pennsylvania Senator only as "Guffey.")
MR. BYRD: "He [Guffey] charged that: a) northern Republicans, under the leadership...