POLITICAL NOTES: Democratic Shuffle

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When, last January, President Roosevelt frowned a big black public frown on potent politicians who campfollow a new administration into Washington, the Democratic National Committee lost only two of its 106 members—James Bruce Kremer of Montana and Robert H. Jackson of New Hampshire. Fortnight ago, after the President had repeated his views on lawyer-lobbying, resignations began to fall by the handful. By last week it became apparent that this phase of the New Deal was leading to a new Democratic shuffle of the political cards in the...

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