NORTH CAROLINA: Mandate for Moderation

The two candidates who crisscrossed North Carolina from the Tennessee border to the Atlantic in pursuit of the Democratic nomination for Governor were at opposite poles on the issue of race relations. Stocky former State Senator Terry Sanford, 42, had led a field of four in the first primary last month by soft-pedaling his own segregationist sympathies, pushing instead an ambitious program of building schools and luring industry. His runoff opponent, Dr. I. (for Isaac) Beverly Lake, 53, ex-professor of law at Wake Forest College, fired up rebel-yelling segregationist rallies by damning North Carolina's token school integration, promised to...

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