Nation: After Styles

New Hampshire has almost as many ambitious Republican politicians as it has people. Most of these, for nearly a quarter of a century, had to take a back seat to Senator Styles Bridges, the overlord of New Hampshire Republicanism. But since Bridges' death last November, the aspirants for his old Senate seat have broken out all over.

Long Thought. Certainly the trimmest ankle of the lot is turned by Bridges' widow, Doloris, 46. She promises that she will carry on her husband's strong conservatism. "This is your money," she tells the ladies at coffees, teas and club dates, as she hits...

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