THE PRESIDENCY by HUGH SIDEY: How to Get Elected

It is the season of sunflowers, fresh tomatoes and political candidates. The latter crop may break all yield records as we rush on toward the fall congressional elections. The experts calculate that there will be more handshakes, more speeches and more television en treaties than ever before. These same experts also suggest that when the smoke clears there may be very little change in the Congress along party lines. But there will be more internal stress in the political system. There will be more trouble in the Legislative Branch for its leaders...

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