Republicans: Affirmation by Denial?

Both before and after his 470,000-vote win over Democrat Richardson Dilworth for Governor of Pennsylvania, Republican William Scranton denied that he had any national ambitions for '64. Yet such is the contradictory language of politics that the more one denies, the more one is thought to affirm. In that sense, Scranton last week seemed to some to be heading hell-bent for '64.

"Looking Backward." On Meet the Press, Scranton criticized G.O.P. criticism of President Kennedy's action against Cuba: "I don't think it makes a lot of sense to be belittling the Cuban efforts of the President...

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