Nation: Re-Elected Leaders

Four years ago TIME compiled a portfolio of 200 Americans under 45 who seemed destined to be national leaders (TIME, July 15, 1974). They included educators, businessmen, lawyers, scientists and a number of men and women who had embarked upon—or were about to begin —political careers. In this month's election, 22 of them ran for high public office and all but three of them won.

Democrats Sam Nunn of Georgia, J. Bennett Johnston of Louisiana, Joseph Biden of Delaware, and Republican Pete Domenici of New Mexico were re-elected to the U.S. Senate. They were...

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