National Affairs: Plenty of Jack

As most voters know, the Kennedys of Massachusetts think highly of Jack. Last week in Wisconsin, Democratic Presidential Hopeful Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota whisked about the countryside to make sure that not a voter forgot it—especially on primary day, April 5. "I cannot win by competing in glamour or in public relations," cried Humphrey, who knew very well that the polls put him behind Senator Jack Kennedy. "The Kennedy forces are waging a psychological blitz that I cannot match. I'm not the candidate of the fat cats . . ." Humphrey followers bitterly...

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