Political Notes: Off & Running

In other political developments last week:

> Harold Stassen, 58, the G.O.P.'s perennial candidate for almost anything, hopped back on the treadmill with a bid to wrest his party's nomination for Governor of Pennsylvania from Lieu tenant Governor Raymond Shafer, organization candidate and the choice of Governor William Scranton. Stassen, presidential aspirant in 1948, 1952 and 1964, lost the gubernatorial nomination in 1958, was trounced by Democrat Richardson Dilworth when he ran for mayor of Philadelphia in 1959. He plans to base his campaign on opposition to the war in Viet...

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