Nation: REPUBLICANS: Campaign from Mission Bay

While memories of Miami Beach faded like a vacation tan, Rich ard Nixon and his staff spent most of their time last week ministering to G.O.P. moderates, who still smarted at the winner's choice of Spiro Agnew as No. 2 man on the ticket. On the surface, at least, Nixon's efforts seemed remarkably successful. There was plenty of lingering bitterness, particularly in the Rockefeller camp, and some veteran Republicans even muttered that they would rather vote Democratic or not at all than vote for Nixon. But in general, and certainly with the professionals, party...

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