Nation: How Deep?

A Republican Congressman who normally would be a shoo-in for reelection, but who concedes that he may now be in real trouble, is Minnesota's two-term Clark MacGregor, 42.

By almost anyone's standard, MacGregor is an attractive politician. A 6-ft. 3-in. former Dartmouth athlete who won World War II field promotions from Army private to second lieutenant for his intelligence work behind Japanese lines, Attorney MacGregor knocked off six-term Democrat Roy Wier in 1960. He breezed to re-election in his suburban Minneapolis district in 1962. Spotted as one of his party's brightest young men,...

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