More Hurt Than Angry

"I just feel very, very badly for what they've done to him "

After ten grueling days in the national spotlight, Geraldine Ferraro and John Zaccaro took a midweek break at their comfortable home in Forest Hills, N. Y. They were surrounded by their extended political family: accountants, campaign aides, Secret Service agents. In a wide-ranging interview with TIME New York Bureau Chief John Stacks and Washington Correspondent David Beckwith, the candidate and her husband spoke candidly, and heatedly, about what has happened to them. The correspondents' report:

Ferraro seemed fired up by her press conference, eager to get back into the political...

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