The Presidency: Tips from a Tonsorial Tout

Tips from a Tonsorial Tout

Before presidential politics gets too grim, let's have the Milt Pitts tonsorial tout:

Gary Hart beginning to fade unless the tops of his ears appear from under his 1960s mod hairdo. Chuck Robb, Richard Gephardt and Bill Bradley neatly trimmed for maximum political appeal, rising steadily. Sam Nunn consigned to the campaign basement unless the sides and back of his shag are thinned. George Bush ("really great") and Bob Dole ("styled very well") streamlined and sailing smartly into the political winds. Pete du Pont, Al Haig and Don Rumsfeld rightly barbered to take the course should the others falter. Jack Kemp,...

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