POLITICAL NOTES: Who's for Whom, Sep. 12, 1960

¶In Little Rock. Governor Orval Faubus. Arkansas' Galahad of segregation, gave the Kennedy-Johnson ticket a gingerly endorsement, but made it clear that he will have no truck with the Democratic platform, especially its hateful civil rights plank. In Tallahassee, Farris Bryant, the Democratic candidate for Governor (and, in effect, Governor-elect) reached the same split decision, gave Jack Kennedy a grudging nod while deploring the "repugnant" civil rights program. In Washington, the grey eminence of diehard Dixiecracy. South Carolina's Strom Thurmond announced that he could stomach neither the "obnoxious and punitive" platform...

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