Republicans: Looking for a Break

"What you do is build a good organization and then wait for a break," explained energetic John Grenier, executive director of the national Goldwater-Miller campaign. "That's what the Kennedys did in 1960, and when their break came — after the" first TV debate — they were ready for it. There are breaks in any election. If you're organized, if you've got a good team, when the hole comes along you can go through like gangbusters." A really big break is obviously what Barry Goldwater badly needs if he is to become President....

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