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Times were different when Henry Cabot Lodge emerged from obscurity to win New Hampshire. The primary ballot in 1964: a foot and a half long.
But House Ways and Means chairman Dave Camp of Michigan deserves a hail and hurrah for even bringing the matter to the table.
Historians already are drafting the president’s legacy, which he still has time to change.
Each presidential race is different — trying to graft precedents or even insights from earlier presidential campaigns is risky business.