Nixon's Way to the Top

Marshall, Eliot
June 1973
New Republic;6/9/73, Vol. 168 Issue 23, p15
Focuses on the political career of President Richard Nixon in the U.S. Decision of Nixon to run for the Congress in the 1954 elections; Contributions to the country's fight against Communism; Assembly of key figures in the campaigns for the 1969 presidential primaries; Claim that one of the perennial problems of Republicans running for office in California is that registered Democrats far outnumber registered Republicans; Report that the final statements filed under California law with the secretary of state showed that the chief Nixon for governor committee spent more than $1,421,000.


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