New York: Kicking the Tiger's Teeth

In the rosy afterglow of Jack Kennedy's 400,000-vote landslide in New York, the state's bread-and-butter Democratic bosses confidently presumed that they would get their just desserts. But by last week it was clear that they were getting the back of Kennedy's hand. His victory, Kennedy figured, underscored New York's latent Democratic strength, emphasized the party's weakness in failing to win recent statewide elections. And the Kennedy forces have a vital stake in repairing that weakness: they want to cut Governor Nelson Rockefeller down to size when he comes up for re-election in...

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