Publishing: Campaign Casualties

Next to the politicians and the pundits, the most confused and contused victims of this year's roller-coaster politics are the writers and publishers of campaign books. Warehouses are crammed with tons of tomes outdated by events. Writers, editors and printers are scrambling to keep pace with the mercurial exits, abrupt entrances and coy waitings-in-wings of the 1968 candidates. Reporter Clark Mollenhoff of Cowles newspapers saw his George Romney: Mormon in Politics rolling off the presses just as the Michigander's presidential hopes were being buried in New Hampshire. Said Mollenhoff: "Now I know...

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