Republicans: The Candidates at Work

> Barry Goldwater had his finest hour in California. He won endorsement from the California Republican Assembly despite a Rockefeller attempt to block it. Actually the C.R.A. is a dwindling power in state politics, and its boost gave Goldwater little more than a psychological victory. But Barry made the most of it. After a surprise visit to the winter retreat of Dwight Eisenhower in Palm Desert. Barry reported that Ike said "he does not think it wise for Republicans to fight Republicans," and implied that this was a criticism of Nelson Rockefeller. At a fund-raising dinner in...

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