Republicans: Waiting Game

In the mile-high valley beneath Wyoming's Teton Range, the nation's Republican Governors assembled last week for a conference that was expected to have considerable bearing on the 1968 nominating convention. Representing half the states, with well over half the population and convention delegates, the Governors, had they been united, could have virtually locked up next summer's nomination. But they fell far short of agreement on anything except that it was too early to unite behind one man.

For the current favorites in the quest for the G.O.P. nomination¬óMichigan's Governor George Romney and...

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