In the midst of a House debate last week, on a resolution asking an investigation of an OPA consumer-goods labeling program, up rose New York's Republican Ham Fish.
Solemnly he proposed an amendment:
"That the Republican Party shall hereafter be known as the Liberal-Conservative-American-Constitutional Party, and that the New Deal Party shall henceforth be known as the Bureaucratic-Totalitarian-Radical-Socialist Party."
Mr. Fish, glaring around him, observed: "I want honest labeling of our parties . . . in 1944," and sat down. This was a big order, for although many have tried, no one has yet even been able to think of an exact label...