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House Democratic leaders holding post mortem of caucus today. Washington, D.C., Jan. 2. After a two hour session in the House chamber this afternoon, the Democratic Caucus broke up and the results were: Patrick Boland, Pennsylvania, House Whip; William B. Bankhead, Speaker; Sam Rayburn, Texas, Majority Leader; and John W. McCormick, Chairman of the Caucus. The results were surprising to nobody, 1/2/39

House Democratic leaders holding post mortem of caucus today. Washington, D.C., Jan. 2. After a two hour session in the House chamber this afternoon, the Democratic Caucus broke up and the results were: Patrick Boland, Pennsylvania, House Whip; William B. Bankhead, Speaker; Sam Rayburn, Texas, Majority Leader; and John W. McCormick, Chairman of the Caucus. The results were surprising to nobody, 1/2/39

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House Democratic leaders holding post mortem of caucus today. Washington, D.C., Jan. 2. After a two hour session in the House chamber this afternoon, the Democratic Caucus broke up and the results were: Patrick Boland, Pennsylvania, House Whip; William B. Bankhead, Speaker; Sam Rayburn, Texas, Majority Leader; and John W. McCormick, Chairman of the Caucus. The results were surprising to nobody, 1/2/39

Nathan Straus waits while House Committee holds post mortem on Senate debate. Washington, D.C., June 27. Nathan Straus, USHA administrator, after reading 14 pages of a 56 page statement to the House Banking and Currency Committee yesterday, today looked resigned while the Committee held a 20 minute off the record discussion of the Senate debate in stripping the President of some of his monetary powers. Rep. Charles Gifford chortled, 'Oh I loved it. It bears out my contention.' 'If I read Senate debates I'd have no time to be a member of the House. Anyway, they're wrong,' but in Rep. Wright Patman. Finally the committee allowed him to read five sentences

Post-mortem ... Lewis McKenzie Turner. Baltimore, Md. Salt House Press. [n. d.].

Post-mortem ... Lewis McKenzie Turner. Baltimore, Md. Salt House Press. [n. d.].

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