Massachusetts: George v. Teddy

Bands played, and a few happy delegates did a twist in the lobby of Worcester's Sheraton-Worcester Hotel. But the atmosphere was anything but festive in the upstairs headquarters of the two men who sought the Republican nomination for U.S. Senator from Massachusetts. The candidates were tired, tense—and apprehensive. George Cabot Lodge. 34. son of former Ambassador to the U.N. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., strode about restlessly.

U.S. Representative Laurence Curtis. 68.

who is serving his fifth term in the House, slumped exhausted in a chair. On the eve of the nominating convention, what had started out to be almost a one-man...

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