Republicans: Against the Democrat Democrat

Pennsylvania's Republican Governor William Scranton has turned down some 4,000 speaking invitations since last November. But, by way of paying a political debt, he was happy to travel to Boston last week. Scranton was grateful for a 1962 Pennsylvania fund-raising appearance on his behalf by Massachusetts Republican Henry Cabot Lodge. At that same time. Lodge's son George was running unsuccessfully for the U.S. Senate against Teddy Kennedy—and piling up an $85,000 campaign deficit. By appearing at a $100-a-plate dinner last week. Scranton helped raise $65,000 against that deficit.

Scranton also got several...

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