Republicans: Nixon's No Vote

Ever since November, political pundits have been plotting the most promising course for Dick Nixon's return to Washington. According to the seers, the straightest road to the White House began at the California Statehouse in Sacramento. Let Nixon beat Democratic Incumbent Pat Brown for Governor of California in 1962,* said Republican bigwigs, and he will be in the best position to maintain control of the party and work toward the presidency. But last week one party leader spoke out in blunt disagreement. In Sacramento for a meeting with California's Republican State Central Committee, Richard Nixon told G.O.P. legislative leaders:...

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