Letters: Jun. 26, 1964

Three Weeks Before San Francisco

Sir: Scranton's drive for the Republican presidential nomination may be a bit too late in the game. However, I feel that Scranton would make an ideal standard-bearer at a time when the Republicans need someone to unify their party if they are to defeat Johnson in November.

PAUL F. LLOYD

Herwinton, Conn.

Sir: Governor Scranton's decision to run for President would be humorous if it did not come at this time. All that he can do now is embarrass himself and his party and, because of his public exposure, bar himself from any future consideration by the party leadership.

CHARLES M....

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