After the Election

Marshall, Eliot
November 1972
New Republic;11/11/72, Vol. 167 Issue 18, p11
Focuses on the technical grounds of the Watergate investigation in the United States. Doubts whether the trial in the case will release evidence that will implicate U.S. President Richard Nixon; Transcription of the bugged conversations in the White House; Result of the investigation about the transaction of $25,000 into account of Republican fund-raiser from the account of a Minnesota banker; Instances of sabotage engineered by the Republican offensive security team; Compliance of the spirit of the campaign law; Enforcement of the anti-bugging laws.


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