REPUBLICANS: Safe from Tigers?

Like Little Black Sambo's tigers whirling around the palm tree, the Democratic candidates chased each other madly through the primaries last week, generated most of the political motion, and produced most of the headlines. In the face of such furious activity, Republicans felt a certain uneasiness. In Vice President Richard Nixon, they knew, they had a strong and battle-tried candidate, but was the G.O.P. losing political advantages, marking time? The latest Gallup poll showed Nixon trailing Democratic Front Runner John Kennedy 47% to 53%—putting Kennedy a poll ahead of Nixon for...

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