"They Can't Take It Away"

February 1960
Time;Feb1960, Vol. 75 Issue 5, p13
The article reports on the announcement of Massachusetts' Senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy of running in Wisconsin's Democratic presidential primary. He says that his principal adversary would be Texas' Lyndon Johnson, who was already credited with control of some 350 Southern delegates. He adds that Johnson remains safely on the pursuit hoping to gain the nomination through manipulation of the convention.


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