Organizations: Convincing the Convinced

First the State Department refused Katanga's President Moise Tshombe a U.S. visa. Then ex-Major General Edwin A. Walker, now a Democratic candidate for Governor of Texas, was disinvited at the demand of Republican Senators Barry Goldwater and John Tower. Connecticut's Democratic Senator Thomas Dodd said he would not come if Walker could not. Columnist David Lawrence wrote that he "doesn't participate in rallies of this kind." Ex-President Herbert Hoover dedined to interrupt a fishing trip to Key Largo. Film Cowboy John Wayne stayed back at the ranch in Hollywood. Young Americans for...

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