A play about the making of a presidential candidate- and the aftermath of its completion. It is quite obvious that The Gang's All Here deals with the ill-fated Harding nomination, election and the disaster of his administration. Too much of the phoniness of our so-called democratic process is revealed for comfort; too many recognizable figures surrounding a president show how it can happen here; too often the ""stench of expediency"" is evident in decisions arrived at. Perhaps this is a salutary play to publish in book form for everyone to read now, with the coming of this presidential campaign. The curtain is going up elsewhere than on Broadway.