Rays of Hope

April 1974
New Republic;4/6/74, Vol. 170 Issue 14, p9
This article focuses on prospects of U.S. President Richard Nixon's survival in the White House, in the continuing torrent of Watergate Scandal and related reports. Interests of Nixon in legislation concerned with education, housing, transportation, legal services, minimum wage and campaign reform; Emphasis of Nixon to be kept in detailed touch with the progress of legislation that, in its House version, would restrict busing for purposes of racial integration in the public schools and, in the Senate version, would sustain and promote busing where it's deemed necessary; Plans of the House Judiciary Committee to consider Nixon's impeachment.


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