Republicans: Getting Personal

The campaign for the Republican presidential nomination was getting personal.

Barry Goldwater, who spent three days campaigning in New Hampshire last week, complained that Nelson Rockefeller, immediately prior to President Kennedy's assassination and the 30-day political moratorium that followed, had issued misleading statements about Goldwater's views on such subjects as the income tax and the United Nations. "It hurt me because I couldn't do anything to set the record straight on these issues during the moratorium," said Goldwater. Moreover, he insisted that Rocky's own views were downright Democratic. "I've been surprised," he said, "at the number of President Johnson's points Rockefeller...

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