National Affairs: Who's for Whom

¶ Over cookies and coffee with the press in his summer mansion on Mackinac Island, Michigan's Governor G. Mennen Williams plighted his state's 51 delegate votes to Jack Kennedy for the Democratic nomination. In accepting Michigan's endorsement, Kennedy hoped out loud that a procession of other big-delegate states (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois) might be lining up. The Kennedy forces were out to track down every favorite son, boss and delegate, but were finding stiffened resistance despite the Michigan breakthrough.

¶ The 19 editors of the Scripps-Howard newspaper chain announced their unanimous blessing...

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