Republicans: I Led Two Lives

The two handsome young men were remarkably alike. Each lived in a ranch-style house with a wife and family, one in Morganton, N.C., and the other in Roanoke, Va., 140 miles away. One was the state's Republican chairman and a former North Carolina state senator running for another term, ranked among the most successful and energetic of the South's new breed of rising young Republicans; the other frequently talked Republican politics among his neighbors. Each was in a business that kept him away from home a lot, and each flew...

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