Nation: HOW THEY'RE RUNNING FOR THE HOUSE

THE Republican Party's fondest hope has been to take control of the U.S. House of Representatives in the 1962 elections. To turn the trick, the G.O.P. needs to take 44 seats away from incumbent Democrats. This calls for a landslide which almost no observer sees in the offing. Most pre-Cuba guesses gave the G.O.P. a gain of about a dozen seats. What Cuba did to this estimate, few are willing to say.

THE NEW LINES. By far the greatest change will result from the redistricting required in 25 states after the 1960 census. A...

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