Republicans: Lameness & a Dry River

Republican hopefuls were doing and saying the same things that they had been doing and saying for weeks. But there was still news in their activities —and the biggest of all was that Arizona's Barry Goldwater was running like the lower Gila River during a drought.

A drum and bugle corps turned out to greet Goldwater in Littleton, N.H. (pop. 3,355). And in Lancaster, N.H. (pop. 2,392), they put together a parade too—a squad of high school boys carrying red railroad flares, followed by a shaggy pony pulling a cart containing Barry, who waved from beneath a buffalo robe. But...

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