To the Brink

Osborne, John
November 1973
New Republic;11/3/73, Vol. 169 Issue 18, p10
Presents an insight into events and issues in the White House with the ongoing investigation on the U.S. President Richard Nixon, concerning the Watergate scandal in Washington, D.C. Impetus to resignations of Attorney General Elliot Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus; View of Nixon that neither Congress nor the courts had the right and power to compel him or any President to disclose taped or written records of presidential conversations and transactions; Overview of plans and its execution by Nixon; Possibility of Nixon's presidency to survive with allegations.


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