PRIMARIES: The Great Boz-Woz

In the political circuses that the U.S. calls presidential primaries, there have been many spectacular performances through the recent years. But seldom before have two candidates made as great a leap as Adlai Stevenson and Estes Kefauver tried last week from Florida, where the program called upon them to be "conservative," to California, where the aim was to be "liberal."

Adlai Stevenson's float through the air pointed up the serious problems involved in negotiating such political acrobatics. His strongest support in Florida's primary came largely from the violently segregationist Third Congressional District...

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