A Letter From The Publisher, Oct. 9, 1972

WASHINGTON Correspondent Bonnie Angela has covered politicians and other public people on six continents for 16 years, but the last place she expected to be the other day was in a Bayonne, N.J., brassiere factory. When Eleanor McGovern chose that unlikely spot to hustle votes for Husband George, Angelo and other reporters were on hand. Politics has obviously changed since the genteel kaffeeklatsch campaigning that most political wives used to practice, and the jet-paced public styles of Pat Nixon and Eleanor McGovern are at the heart of this week's cover story.

Angelo, who...

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