Nation: Bobby & the Businessman

Political corruption is almost as much a part of Massachusetts as its climate. And like the climate, everybody talks about it, but no one does much of anything. Last week U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy had his say on a television program in Boston; some observers saw Bobby's appearance as the opening shot to get elected Governor of Massachusetts in 1964. ''We have a major problem of corruption here in this state," said Bobby.

"Many things have to be done. They're going to have to be done by the citizens themselves. How much are businessmen taking an active role? And what about...

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