National Affairs: See How They Run

In the several states, campaign-year plans sprouted last week like crocuses in the spring sunshine:

¶ In Utah, windmill-tilting Republican Governor J. Bracken Lee, 57, who has refused to pay his 1955 federal income tax because "the Constitution says nothing about spending tax dollars in foreign lands," picked the eve of income-tax day to announce his candidacy for a third term. Almost certain to be aligned against him are such powerful forces as educational groups, angered by the Lee economy ax, and Republican Party regulars, resentful of his attacks on the Eisenhower Administration. Despite such opposition, and a widely quoted Leeism ("No...

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