Nation: And Back to Politics

The fatigue of both candidates and voters has yet to lift from the 1970 campaign, and already, inevitably there is talk of '72. The Democrats are looking over the ranks with an eye to burnishing their boys for the run on the White House; the telephone calls to set up clandestine campaign organizations are even now being placed. The strategists in the White House are searching for adjustments in the machinery that will keep them in power for another term. In slightly more than a year, the presidential primaries will open in New Hampshire.

Politics may be the very life of the...

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