Republicans: The News from New Hampshire

Rarely have so much energy and money been spent on so few. For weeks, Republican Presidential Candidates Nelson Rockefeller and Barry Goldwater crisscrossed snowy little New Hampshire, making speeches, shaking hands, telling terrible jokes, and viewing each other's views with vast alarm. Goldwater's people poured $150,000 into his campaign. Rocky's considerably more. Newsmen and pollsters swarmed in the candidates' wake. TV crew men tumbled and stumbled all over one another—NBC alone had some 600 workers on the job. In all, the media coverage of the New Hampshire primary ran into hundreds...

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