Letters: May 29, 1964

Duels in the West

Sir: Everyone seems surprised that Rockefeller won in Oregon (May 22). But the Lodge workers could not even pronounce the name of the state! Rocky and his campaigners cared enough to say "Oregon" correctly, not "Oregone."



Sir: Oregonians were obviously misled by the meaning of Rockefeller's slogan, "He Cared Enough to Come." It was not Oregon he cared about, but his all-consuming desire to be President. This desire has left New York without a Governor for months at a time. Many Republicans...

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