Republicans: Union Now?

The national Republican Coordinat ing Committee, which first met in March to get the G.O.P. working to gether again after the 1964 electoral fiasco, assembled in Washington last week — and showed a singular lack of coordination.

On hand were former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, now describing himself as a "politician emeritus"; Los ing Presidential Nominees Tom Dewey, Dick Nixon and Barry Goldwater (the only other one still living, Alfred M.

Landon of Kansas, turned down an in vitation); Congressional Leaders Ev Dirksen and Tom Kuchel from the Sen ate, Gerry Ford and...

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