Jerks and Jitters

Osborne, John
March 1973
New Republic;3/31/73, Vol. 168 Issue 13, p13
Discusses different emotions displayed by United States President Richard Nixon during his press conferences. Occurrence of tremors when dealing with the difficulty of making his peace with honor in Indochina and his conflict with the Senate over its inquiries into scandals arising from the conduct of his reelection campaign; Anxiety over the persistent and inflationary rise of food prices; Purpose of the press conference; Expression of concern about the resumption of military action against North Vietnam.


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