Republicans: The Next Round

With Rogers Morton leaving for the Interior Department, Richard Nixon was evaluating candidates to take over as chairman of the Republican National Committee. The decision will affect 1972 campaign tactics.

Bryce Harlow, Counsellor to Nixon, could have the job if he wished, but his former employer, Procter & Gamble, wants him to return as a lobbyist. At 54, Harlow has his stake in Procter & Gamble's retirement fund, and profit-sharing and stock-option benefits. Other possibilities are Texas Congressman George Bush, who was defeated last month for the Senate, and Kansas Senator Robert...

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