Through the Window

Osborne, John
April 1972
New Republic;4/15/72, Vol. 166 Issue 16, p15
Focuses on the leadership of U.S. President Richard M. Nixon. Information that Harold Geneen, the president of the International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT) Corp., had agreed that one of its subsidiaries, the Sheraton Corp., of America, would underwrite up to $400,000 of the expense of holding the Republican National Convention in San Diego next August; Connection of ITT-Sheraton guarantee with the Justice Department's later decision to settle a major antitrust case in ITT's favor; Reaction of Nixon to the Vietnamese conflict.


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