Nation: Mixing It Up

Sometimes the prelim boys put on a tougher fight than the main eventers, and last week Hubert Humphrey and William Miller were flailing about on all sides. Not all the blows were above the belt line.

Opening his formal campaign in home-town Lockport, N.Y., with Barry Goldwater at his side, Republican Miller laced into Humphrey's ties with that "most influential of the radical leftist groups in Washington," the Americans for Democratic Action. Humphrey was a founder of A.D.A., and until last week a vice chairman. He resigned that office, but retained his membership. "I...

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