National Affairs: Comes the Revolution

When Congressman Jacob Thorkelson, 63, a doctor from Butte, Mont., took his seat in the House last January, he was hailed heartily. Reason : he took the place of unpopular, left-wing Jerry J. O'Connell.

Last week Jacob Thorkelson could count his Congressional chums on his thumbs. The decline and fall of Jacob Thorkelson in his colleagues' esteem began with his comradeship with Fascist-minded Major General Van Horn Moseley. It continued when he stuffed the Record with weird anti-Roosevelt statements, when he pointed out how many Jews head House committees. Fortnight ago the Thorkelson decline...

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