National Affairs: WHERE THE POWER LIES

As the election campaign moves into its final month there are mighty few sure votes to be counted. Kennedy commands a native son lead in New England and Democratic loyalties in the Deep South. Nixon can count on the traditionally Republican farm belt. But the battles for the undecided and uncommitted rage through most of the U.S. Both sides agree that the election will be won or lost in the great population states with the big electoral votes. Here is how TIME correspondents saw the battle last week:

Alabama: Unenthusiastically for Kennedy, as for...

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