Politics: Saying It & Not Saying It

Robert F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson have a history of mutual antagonism. The pages include Bobby's opposition to L.B.J. as his brother's running mate in 1960, President Johnson's performance in cutting Bobby out as a candidate for the vice-presidential nomination in 1964 and the New York Senator's recent speeches implying displeasure with the Administration's policy in the Dominican Republic and its failure to push harder for a treaty against nuclear proliferation. Last week there was another item to add to the list, and this one caught headlines all over the U.S....

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