NEBRASKA: R. F. D. to F. D. R.

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This week when the 75th Congress of the U. S. assembled, those who looked down from the galleries could find few gaps in the ranks of Senate oldtimers. Of eleven Senators who at the close of the last session could claim the distinction of having occupied their seats before the U. S. entered the World War, most were again to be in their accustomed places. One, however, was certain to be conspicuous in absence. Neither Death nor defeat at the polls had accounted for him. Senator George William Norris...

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