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November 1972
New Republic;11/25/72, Vol. 167 Issue 20, p5
Comments on U.S. President Richard Nixon's self-identification with Benjamin Disraeli's progressive conservatism. Parallelism between Nixon and Disraeli; Blueprint set by Nixon for a program combining spirited foreign policy with a revival of national order at home; Implications on American politics and government.


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