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Letters, May 1969

The political reporters who cover Presidential politics are the cream of Washington’s crop. The fact that even they have a “credibility gap,” in spite of their experience and sense of ethics, is in itself significant. In that connection, I note David Broder’s reference (The Washington Monthly, February 1969) to Hubert Humphrey’s walking arm in arm […]