THE CAMPAIGN: The democrats Begin Again

HIS blue eyes dimmed and his thinning hair awry, a tired George McGovern clearly showed the strain of his ordeal over finding a vice-presidential candidate. But after Sargent Shriver had been formally placed on the ticket at a miniconvention of the Democratic National Committee in Washington, McGovern was free to plunge eagerly into the formal debut of his presidential campaign. He deliberately chose New Hampshire, where five amazing months ago he won his first primary victory. In his two-day swing through three New England states, the crowd response was warm, and McGovern...