REPUBLICANS: The Leadership Issue (Contd.)

By the time the President got into the second week of his 5,824-mile campaign trip, he was answering the crowd's enthusiasm with something of the old magic of 1952 and 1956. In Los Angeles and San Francisco he aimed over the heads of California's feuding and fussing G.O.P. Gubernatorial Candidate Bill Knowland and G.O.P. Senatorial Candidate Goodwin Knight, hit the point that the G.O.P. national record and national leadership were the best reasons for Californians to vote Republican.

He sold a luncheon of 100 fat-cat Southern Californians—Movie Mogul Sam Goldwyn, Movie Monarch Clark Gable, et al.—on stepping up campaign contributions, thus...

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