Traffic Jam in Ohio

In the scramble for the gubernatorial chair of John Bricker, Ohio Republicans last week forgot to keep up appearances. The Alphonse-&-Gaston tradition of Party unity, which has won the Governorship for Republicans in the last three elections, had come apart at the seams.

Ohio's Republican unity has been the province of slick Boss Ed Schorr, 50, of Cincinnati. His 1944 Republican strategy had Governor Bricker stepping down to run for the Presidency, while genial, natty James Garfield Stewart, 63, of Cincinnati, would go in his place. If Bricker missed the Presidency, the next Ohioan in line, Senator...

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