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What became of country before party?

One of the few advantages of changing addresses is that you sometimes discover long-forgotten items.

In a recent move, I found an old recording that contained an interview of Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield (D-MT) by Paul Duke for NBC's "Today" show.

The year was 1968. Richard Nixon had just been elected president. Duke asked Mansfield how much cooperation the

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