Republicans: Current of Concern

Lincoln Day is the annual occasion for Republican orators to take to the field, potshot at the opposition, and praise the Grand Old Party. Last week there was plenty of potshotting and praising. In Niagara Falls, New York's Governor Nelson Rockefeller charged the Democratic Administration and Congress with a civil-rights record that "must constitute one of the most cynical exploitations of minority aspirations that has ever occurred in the history of American politics." Gibed G.O.P. National Committee Chairman William Miller in Battle Creek, Mich.: "To get a real top job in the New Frontier, you first must have failed...

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