Nation: More on That Non-Candidate

Pennsylvania's Governor William Scranton is the only Republican who has succeeded in convincing anyone that he really is a presidential noncandidate. Yet last week in Washington, he convinced a few more people that he surely should be in the running.

Before attending a State Department briefing on foreign affairs, Scranton appeared before a special House committee studying President Johnson's program to eradicate poverty in the Appalachian states. Scranton was all for the idea, but he thought that some severe flaws in the Johnson program ought to be corrected.

Patches of Misery. Said Scranton to...

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