Nation: A Dubious Deed

Republican Vice-Presidential Nominee Bill Miller campaigned through eleven states, 14 cities and towns, and 15 speeches last week, snapping constantly at the heels of and around Lyndon Johnson and hinting frequently at dark and untrustworthy goings-on.

In Denver, Miller cried that the Democrats "have given us Bobby Baker and Billie Sol Estes. And Lyndon Johnson had the colossal nerve at Atlantic City to go before the American people and say, 'Let us continue.'" In Lincoln, Neb., he told an airport crowd about what might happen if Johnson wins the election: "I suppose we will have George Meany as head of the Small...

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