REPUBLICANS: Liberal Education

Liberal Educations

The dream of the Republican Party's conservative wing is a campaign where a clear-cut conservative candidate can match issues with a purebred Republican liberal. Few elections seem to break that way (e.g., Conservative Bob Taft was up against a glamorous general in 1952). but this year's New Jersey Republican primary for the U.S. Senate seemed the classic test.

Arch-Conservative Robert Morris, 45. onetime counsel of the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, was a good-looking, vigorous campaigner who for 17 months made the rounds of nearlv all of New Jersey's counties. His primary opponent was Clifford Case, 56. a freshman Senator...

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