THE CONGRESS: Action on Capitol Hill

With adjournment of Congress scheduled for the month's end, the President last week put his weight behind three major items of his program. His score: one victory, one advance, one setback. The victory: the Senate's ratification of a NATO agreement on G.I. crimes.

Advance: Refugees. Utah's Republican Senator Arthur Watkins, sponsor of the Administration bill to admit 240,000 refugees from NATO and Iron Curtain countries, asked the President to lend a hand in the hard-fought battle to get the bill reported out against the stubborn opposition of Nevada's Pat McCarran and Idaho's...

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