THE CAMPAIGN: Politicking with Fat Cats and Ethnics

THE Republicans do not want the President to campaign; the Democrats would like nothing better. But both parties can at least agree on one thing: Nixon is a poor campaigner whose defects may well become more apparent if he is tempted into the sort of mano a mano "crisis" crusading that he has always professed to be his style. Last week as George McGovern took a brief breather to rethink his campaign strategy and assess his finances, the President defied advice and came out politicking—but only part way. He confined his campaigning...

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