Alabama, Old Style
One day last week in the northern (Senate) wing of the Capitol, J. Thomas Heflin, a gentleman from Alabama, arose to address his venerable colleagues, saying: "Some time ago I said in the Senate that 'G. O. P.' had been interpreted to mean 'going out of power,' and that a gentleman in my
State had written me a letter saying that it stood for 'Great Oil Party.' I now have a letter from a gentleman in Delaware suggesting to me that he had seen what I said regarding G....