Nation: Going Like '60

Robert Kennedy's strategy is to sweep the primaries, draw such big crowds and show such support in the polls that the convention delegates will have no choice but to leap aboard his steamroller. As he roared through Michigan, Indiana and West Virginia last week, the crowds and the polls, at least, were right on cue.

In Grand Rapids, 20,000 people jammed Campau Square. In Kalamazoo, a turnout of 12,000 brought an admiring exclamation of "fantastic!" from Michigan's former Governor G. Mennen Williams—and a frenzied mother of five invaded his car to capture his right...

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