National Affairs: Capital Notes: Mar. 10, 1961

Kennedy v. Rockefeller

President Kennedy guesses that his 1964 opponent will be New York's Governor Nelson Rockefeller, whom he regards as the "toughest" Republican to beat. The Kennedy forces have abandoned any hopes of heading off Rockefeller by beating him when he runs for re-election in New York next year, because New York Democratic politics are in an unholy mess. But Kennedy thinks he can beat Rockefeller in a presidential race.

Say Uncle

The British have made it clear to Washington that they will not campaign for U.N. admission for Red China, though Whitehall thinks that it is inevitable. White...

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