The calendar had just about run out of states' primaries and nominating conventions,* and it was high time for the Big Boys to start thinking in terms of November's congressional elections. The primaries had turned up few clear-cut issues or trends. They seldom did. Last week's surprise in Wisconsin (see below) was added proof that local feelings and local personalities count as much in primaries as major issues and voting records. What the boys in the states needed from now to November were ringing battle cries. Last week the Big Boys supplied them.

In Washington Democratic National Chairman...

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