Kalmbach and the Dairymen

Jackson, Brooks
April 1974
New Republic;4/6/74, Vol. 170 Issue 14, p19
Focuses on the involvement of Dwight Luther Morris, former official of Associated Milk Producers Inc. (AMPI), by the U.S. Senate Watergate Committee in its investigations of the Watergate Scandal. Statement of Morris that he was aware that AMPI's top officials tried to pay $300,000 to presidential candidate Herbert L. Kalmbach to make a nettlesome antitrust lawsuit "go away" or "die a natural death"; Agreement of Kalmbach to the deal between him and AMPI's president John E. Butterbrodt; Revelation of AMPI's contribution of $300,000, the bulk of which went to the campaign of President Richard Nixon.


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