National Affairs: Minor Candidates

In "entirely friendly" spirit, New York's James Wolcott Wadsworth Jr., only Congressman who has been a Senator (1915-27), advanced himself last week as a rival to Massachusetts' Joe Martin as a candidate for Minority Leader of the House. Because, said he, "I feel that the course to be followed by the Republican minority . . . during the next two years is of vital importance." Western Congressmen think neither he nor Joe Martin deserves the Leadership, since the main Republican gains of the last election were made in other States (Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kansas,...

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