Nation: The Non-Candidates

Those Republican noncandidates were appearing all over and spending a lot of time telling people why they're not in the running.

> Michigan's Governor George Romney returned to Salt Lake City, where he had spent part of his youth, to address 1,300 Republicans at a $50-a-plate G.O.P. fund-raising dinner. Much of his speech was devoted to championing civil rights, partly to counter the notion that the Mormon church discriminates against Negroes. At a press conference he said: "There is no concept in the church that the Negro can't attain anything that I can attain...

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