POLITICAL NOTES: Hustling Harold

Candidate Harold Stassen made a clean break with Candidate Robert Taft. All last week Stassen trumpeted his new theme as he zigzagged across the top of New England, conferring with New Hampshire political leaders, downing a stack of pancakes covered with Vermont maple syrup, posing in front of a statue of Ethan Allen in Montpelier, addressing an audience of Bowdoin College students in Maine.

At every stop, husky, hustling Harold Stassen proclaimed his divergence from Bob Taft and from "those in my party who do not like to think in terms of...

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