The Campaign: Good & Bad

At times last week — but only at times — President Johnson sounded like his old, exhilarated self.

Embarking on a grueling 8,000-mile campaign tour, the President stopped off in his opponent's home town to go to church, made a stop-and-go trip through downtown Phoenix, and did a little of his own preaching along the way. "Let's go to church and thank the good Lord for the U.S., for sunshine and freedom in the world," he told a Phoenix street crowd. "Love thy neighbor!" In Reno, he struck out at Goldwater, drawling that...

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