U.S. At War: Olson Out

California's urbane, weary Governor Culbert Levy Olson was never happy in the State House. He bickered constantly with an opposition Legislature, the State's press was solidly against him, he lost the support of many of his friends, including some potent labor leaders and dissatisfied Democratic Party workers. But after next Jan. 1, rich Culbert Olson can go back to his stately home in Los Angeles, where his German boxer dog Tony sits glumly on the white front porch, where the sheet music for his 1938 campaign song (He's Olson) still graces his grand...

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