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New Swing Voting Bloc To Decide New York Race

The four-way race for Governor of New York is about to consummate a revolution of sorts in the politics of

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The Effect of Vietnam at the Polls in '66

It is impossible to predict what will happen between now and November in Vietnam, but whatever does happen will affect

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The Effect of Vietnam at the Polls in '66

It is impossible to predict what will happen between now and November in Vietnam, but whatever does happen will affect

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The State of the States

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Public Relations President?

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Williams-Cavanagh Primary

Most of this year's more interesting primary contests involve clear-cut ideological differences. In California, actor Ronald Reagan and former San

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Humphrey-Kennedy: Round 1

When Senator Robert Kennedy and Vice-President Hubert Humphrey disagree, or seem to disagree, on the possibility of Viet Cong participation

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The New Snobbery

Debate over the New York City transit strike has brought to my attention an attitude I have been noticing more

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Cavanagh On The Make

Rumor has it that Detroit's Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh, has been number one on President Johnson's list of possible Secretaries

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California Republican Party Tests New Strategies; Ronald Reagan Appeals to Middle Class Life-Style

Tom Wolfe calls California the most American states Certainly the socio-economic trends that have been sweeping the state in the

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Harry Byrd's Virginia

Exactly four men served Virginia in the United States Senate from 1920 until Harry Flood Byrd retired last week. That

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The Future of N.Y. Politics: II

Governor Nelson Rockefeller's apparent forthcoming defeat has not yet elicited much open comment. An interesting exception is a letter sent

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The Future of New York Politics

John Lindsay's election as Mayor of New York will subject us to more of the endless column-inches of chatter and

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Polls Open: PR Faces Crucial Vote; Lindsay Favored

BROOKLYN, N.Y., Nov. 1--New York's longest, most expensive mayoral campaign drew to a close last night, as pollsters failed to

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Crime in the Streets--and City Elections

William F. Buckley Jr. has stolen the show in New York's Mayoralty race. Originally slated for a bit part, the

Adventures in Separation and Spain
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Adventures in Separation and Spain

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Dos Besos

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