Nation: A Bit of a Split

Washington's Democratic leaders may be agreed on how to treat the South, but they have a splitting headache on other political matters. The problem: growing resentment over Bobby Kennedy's notion that he is the only one who really knows what is politically good for his big brother.

Among those who often disagree with Bobby's diagnoses and doses are National Committee Chairman John Bailey and Larry O'Brien, chief of the White House liaison staff with Capitol Hill. Bobby's critics are still sore because he intervened in last year's gubernatorial election in New York, foisted upon the party U.S. Attorney Robert Morgenthau, a...

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