Nation: Position Wanted

In the six months since his brother's death, Attorney General Robert Kennedy has been casting about for a future—and so far has found none. He has considered teaching, perhaps taking a college presidency. But inevitably, his search has centered on politics.

A few weeks ago, Pundit Walter Lippmann suggested that Kennedy run for Governor of New York in 1966.But Lippmann did not check his facts; Bobby did, and discovered that the state requires legal residence of at least five years for any gubernatorial candidate.

When One's Enough. How about returning to Massachusetts to make the first run of his life for elective...

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