PARTIES: Morning After

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"I should like to see the Republican Party reorganized. ... I don't think there is any room in this country for an old conservative party. . . . Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt were liberal leaders. It doesn't take long to shake off what you call conservatism. . . . There was a vast amount of reaction against the New Deal, but what were the people offered? . . . People can't eat the Constitution."

Thus Senator Borah, speeding to Washington, summarized his feelings about the election. Well were his words chosen to win...

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