Republicans: All Sorts of Roads

Pursuing his presidential hopes westward, New York's Governor Nelson Rockefeller landed at Salt Lake City, where he and his wife were greeted by a listless crowd of 100. Then they went off to pay a protocol call on officials of the Mormon Church. Mormon First President David O. McKay, 90, greeted Happy as "Mrs. Roosevelt."

Nothing daunted, Rocky took to the attack in a speech before 2,000 at the University of Utah. Painting himself as the sensible traveler on a road between two dangerous paths, Rocky said: "The American people should not have to choose between an all-powerful Federal...

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