POLITICAL NOTES: Who's for Whom, Oct. 17, 1960

¶ Princeton University's undergraduate Daily Princetonian found students and faculty flunking each other in political science: 72.3% of polled faculty members (119 out of 635) supported Jack Kennedy for President. Of the 1,677 students (out of 2,937 enrollment) who voted, 70.6% went Nixon.

¶ "The Doctors' Committee for Nixon-Lodge" claimed support of 14,000 physicians for the G.O.P. ticket.

¶ With scarcely so much as a nod to doctors-for-Nixon, the influential Christian Science Monitor—which supported Ike in 1952 and neither candidate in 1956 —endorsed Richard Nixon as the man more likely to give the U.S. "positive, progressive...

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