CONNECTICUT: Good Governor & Fighting Lady

Like many another able, honest politico, Governor Raymond E. Baldwin of Connecticut found himself last winter well on into middle age (52) with little or no money in the bank. Wherefore he decided—definitely, he said—to give up public life and work for Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company at $30,000 a year, with prospects of becoming president of the company at $75,000. But people wondered: could Ray Baldwin really bring himself to give it all up—a prospective seat in the U.S. Senate and further opportunities to serve his country in a great period...

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