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Representative Thomas Dorgan of Dorchoster, leading proponent of the Teachers Oath Bill in Massachusetts, was jubilant last night. Governor Hurley had just repealed the repealer.
Mr. Dorgan was, frankly, gloating. "Everybody just has to keep smiling, that's all, just keep smiling." Then he became serious, gave a formal statement:
"If in the heat of the debate at the hearing... the repealists and the opponents, because of opposite beliefs, went off the course of orderly discussion, may I, for one, hold out the hand of fellowship in a sincere endeavor to work in harmony for a more mutual understanding of the greater problems facing our nation which require a solidity of thought and action."
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