National Affairs: To Compromise, Or Not?

With the angry cries of feuding Republicans still echoing from Texas, Bob Taft last week talked of compromise. To avoid a floor fight at the national convention, said Taft, "I'd like to compromise all delegate contests where there seems to be a difference of legal opinion . . . We'll give in where our case is weak, if they'll give in where their case is weak." But he added that the Eisenhower forces are "trying to make an issue" out of the Texas case. Said he: "I think they'd rather have the issue than the delegates."

Ike's campaign manager, Massachusetts' Senator Henry...

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