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Politics: A Three-Way Race?

New York's Republican Senator Kenneth Keating, his white hair freshly trimmed, his face newly tanned, waved at the cameras in the Overseas Press Club in...

The Law: NARCOTICS: Testing Synanon

Testing Synanon Close to 90% of drug addicts at federal hospitals suffer relapses once they are released. At Synanon, a privately run California halfway house...

New York: Kennedy's Successor

Charles Ellsworth Goodell has always been a comer—and often a pusher. A Phi Beta Kappa at Williams College ('48), a Yale law grad and a onetime semipro baseball...

The Senate: Junior to Teddy

It was the most watched U.S. Senate race of 1964, and he surely will be the most observed junior Senator in many a term. Democrat Robert F. Kennedy, 38, put an...

Nation: Breakaways from Barry

In San Francisco, Barry Goldwater threw out a dare to his party's dissidents. "Anyone who joins us in all sincerity, we welcome," said Goldwater in his...

Democrats: The Problems of Being Bobby

Riding home through rain-soaked Washington in his Justice Department limousine one evening last week, Attorney General Robert Kennedy turned to a companion,...

Criminal Justice: Paying the Victim

If the brigand be not captured, the man who has been robbed shall, in the presence of God, make an itemized statement of his loss, and the city and the governor...

Republicans: The Cinched Nomination

In its main order of business, the 1964 Republican National Convention was all but over before it began. Barry Goldwater's presidential nomination was as...

Nation: THE HARDENING SOVIET BASE IN CUBA

THE rumors and accusations about the massive Soviet buildup in Castro's Cuba had to be answered. New York's Republican Senator Kenneth Keating vowed to eat his...

Elections: Reforming the College

"Perilous," cried one witness. "A real danger," said another. They were appearing before the Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments, chaired by...

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