National Affairs: Road Signs in California

By the time the votes were counted in California's Republican primary last week, two political road signs were clear: Governor Earl Warren's fortunes are going down, Senator William Knowland's are going up. But no one could be entirely sure where California's 70 important delegates to the Republican National Convention will go.

Earl Warren, who did not do well with his primary forays in Wisconsin and Oregon, ran into trouble in his own state. He won the presidential-preference vote and California's 70 delegates, but he did not win handily; a slate with nothing to offer...

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