Reverting to Form

February 1973
New Republic;2/17/73, Vol. 168 Issue 7, p6
Comments on the capabilities of Richard Nixon as a President of the United States. Public poll rating; Reaction of Nixon to the ineffectual U.S. Congress; Advocation of the Family Assistance Program; Desire of Nixon to make elderly beneficiaries of Medicare practice self-reliance; President's limited right by custom to impound under certain circumstances; Doubts on the possibility that Nixon will be able to govern the country.


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