DEMOCRATS: Candidate Talking

Stumping through the towns and cities of Wisconsin last week were two slugging Democratic presidential aspirants: Massachusetts' Jack Kennedy and Minnesota's Hubert Humphrey. With only six weeks to go before the Wisconsin "sudden-death" primary, each left off attacking the other, got down to politicking at luncheons, receptions, factories and even barbershops. The crowds were big and interested, but just how grimly interested one candidate was in the crowds (and their votes) was revealed in a conversation between Kennedy and TIME Correspondent Robert Ajemian. Kennedy's views:

Wisconsin's Reception: "I'm a fellow who's run five times for office. I know a friendly...

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