More Than Ever

Osborne, John
November 1972
New Republic;11/18/72, Vol. 167 Issue 19, p16
Comments on the likely presidency of U.S. President Richard Nixon in his second term. Domestic attitudes and intentions of Nixon; Possibility of Nixon's victory to affect his approach to domestic problems and his conception of responsibilities and challenges at home in any material way; Statement of Nixon that his primary duty as President in a second term, abroad and at home but especially at home, would be to respond to the majority will as he interpreted it and to shape and limit his initiatives accordingly.


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