OREGON: A Liberal Friendship

If there was one thing clear about next May's presidential primary in Oregon, it was that all the Democratic possibles would get a chance to show what they could do—since Oregon will put any name on the ballot on petition of a mere 1,000 voters. If there was another thing clear about the primary, it was that Oregon's U.S. Senator Wayne Morse, a latter-day Democrat, was not likely to let any Democrat pick up an advantage in his backyard. Last week, sure enough, Wayne Morse agreed—"reluctantly," he said—to let his name be entered in the Oregon primary as a...

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