New Jersey: The Genovese Campaign

From either end of a long table in the auditorium of New Jersey's Seton Hall University, the two men sat glowering at each other. "It's an abuse of academic freedom to make such irresponsible, seditious statements," cried State Senator Wayne Dumont Jr., the Republican candidate for Governor Rejoined Democratic Governor Richard J. Hughes: "There are federal statutes against treason and sedition a complex of laws and courts, and 'an FBI to protect the nation." Then, when the debate was over, the protagonists stalked off separately without so much as a word or...

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