The Administration: No Time to Lose

Though the worsening war in Viet Nam dominated the headlines, there was no respite for Lyndon Johnson from other pressing presidential problems. Last week, the President took time from his worries to name James H. Rowe Jr., an old friend and political adviser, to head the Citizens Committee for Johnson and Humphrey, a volunteer organization that will drum up support for the President's reelection, as "Elect A.B.J." (Anyone But Johnson) buttons were being increasingly displayed. The President also told a meeting of state directors of the U.S. Employment Service that the hard-core...

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