POLITICAL NOTES: If News Makes Names . . .

If, as a wag once suggested, news makes names, then the biggest names in U.S. presidential politics last week and in weeks past were Republican. G.O.P. Presidential Hopeful Richard Nixon made news whatever he did and wherever he went, addressing the Football Writers Association and attending the Baltimore Colts-College All-Star football game in Chicago, speaking on radio and television about his trip to Russia and Poland, even getting a surprise pat on the back from A.F.L.-C.I.O. President George Meany, who praised the work of Nixon's anti-inflation committee. Republican Hopeful

Nelson Rockefeller made headline news from Albany to New York City...

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