National Affairs: Out-Unified

Candidate Earl Warren rolled on through the Middle West last week, preaching good will toward the farmer, unity in foreign policy, teamwork in labor relations.

But not all Republicans were as amiable as the candidate who was mad at nobody. In Columbus, Ohio, Warren was greeted by Senator Robert Taft, who shook his head dubiously over Warren's nonpartisan speech in Salt Lake City (TIME, Sept. 27). "I read with great interest what Governor Warren had to say," said forthright Bob Taft. "You know that is exactly contrary to everything I stand for."

And New Mexico's rampaging Senatorial Candidate Pat Hurley, who is in...

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