PENNSYLVANIA: What Kind of Party?

Sometimes harmony is an overrated political virtue, and this was one of the times, thought Pennsylvania's bluff, able Republican Governor James H. Duff. Said Big Jim: "We might as well get this fight over with and see what kind of party this is going to be."

Redheaded, 67-year-old Jim Duff was locked in a rousing fight with the moss-grown, reactionary forces of bright-eyed, apple-cheeked, 87-year-old Joe Grundy. The battleground was the May primaries, when Duff will run for the Senate nomination against John C. Kunkel, a faithful, colorless Grundyman now serving his...

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