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Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 13, 1968 11 SPORTS PETE RINKER Nixon Victory Short Of Mandate I ZD'UU ACE Ph. 833 4073 MARKING DEVICES, Inc. rying Connecticut) his mandate was clear, at least on the Issue of surplus distribution. Less clear was the mandate the people gave Richard M. Nixon in his skin-of-the-teeth victory Tuesday. The people spoke, but It was left to Nixon to decide what It was they said. to the distribution among the people He has said so! "$50,000,000! Nearly $5 for every Man, Woman and Child in the State. Vote for Harrison and divide the Surplus. See to It in time now or never. Huz-zah for Wm. H. Harrison! " When Van Buren won (car RUBBER STAMPS PERMA STAMPS RUBBER PRINTING PLATES MAGNETIC SIGNS PLASTIC t METAL ENGRAVING STENCIL CUTTING t SUPPLIES Complete Stack of Marking Devices- WASHINGTON (LTD In the election of 1836, when the Issues were simpler, a campaign poster circulated in Connecticut read: "If Martin Van Buren is elected President, Connecticut will not receive any of the Surplus Revenue He Is opposed 11:15 PM TONIGHT J 3623 SOUTH DIXIE Hwy., WEST PALM BEACH, FIA. 3340S JACKSON'S BYRONS GREAT STOREWIDE SAVE-IN STARTS WEDNESDAY IN ALL 12 STORES PRE-THANKSGIVING Trynrf savings for infants fashion accessories cosmetic savings health and beauty aids SAlf STARTS TUfl. A.M. limit 2 unlet thtjrw.M .ptofiocf Our price of 11 low, th value la tromondoui w cannot juoronttt how long Quantitioi will lost. Companion, or manufacluror' tuggttlod lilt pncoi and ore uiad for pgrpoio of tuitamof idtnl-fitgtion. Sorry, no moil o phono order 7.50 VAL. 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In winning, Nixon traveled the course urged upon Harrison in 1836 by an advlsef who suggested that Harrison "say not one single word about his principles or his creed let ' him say nothing promise nothing.. .(not) a single word' about what he thinks now or would do hereafter." ' ' Nixon won election with remarkably few promises to per-' sons or of policies except to promise "new leadership." He won largely with the votes of the un black, un-ur-ban, un-poor. He drew support from the people of the mainstream, his "forgotten Americans," the church-going tax-paying, law-abiding citizens, "the millions of people," as he put li, ' i:i the middle of the American political spectrum vho do not demonstrate, who di not picket or protest loudly Neither Nixon nor Hubert H. Humphrey has publicly sought 10 Interpret the electorate's message. The third candidate, Oorge C. Wallace, saw it as vindication of his own policies, Wallace said In Montgomery, Ala., on Wednesday that the Wallace program "is living because the winner of the presidential campaign said al- . most identically ihe same ; things we were saying in Ihe . campaign. And I dare say, had . this movement not been in ex-.. istence, that would not have oecn the case." Richard G. Hatcher, the Xe. gro mayor of Gary, Ind., how ever called Nixon's election a victory for do-nothingness. "I had hoped in the wake of this election," he said Friday, "to be able to celebrate Ihe victory of politics of engagement over th politics ot avoidance." Because of the closeness of the vole, Hatcher said, "This election should demonstrate to Mr. Nixon the existence of quile another mandate. He should feel Impelled. ..to demonstrate dramatically and immediately his concern wilh the overriding social issue of the day." Columnist Carl T. Rowan a Negro wrote that the dispossessed who are disenchanted with Nixon's victory "would do well to remember that the presidency generally brings out the best In men." He recalled that in the Senate, Lyndon B. Johnson was "an advocate of racial segregation. But," he added, "no president ever did more to enhance the well-being and security of Negroes than Johnson." Some commentators saw an opportunity for Nixon In the narrowness of his victory. The Washington Post said in an ediorlal thai "the voters , spoke a sort of double-talk; they don't like where they are , and what they have; but they don't have any clear idea what sort of change they think this is the time for. ..No great tides run. And while this doesn't.of-fer much of a pointer to a new president, it doesn't tie his hands much, either. , . , . 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