Four Days

Obsorne, John
February 1973
New Republic;2/3/73, Vol. 168 Issue 5, p19
Reports on the political agenda of President Richard Nixon following his reelection in the United States. Persuasion for environmental protection; Improvement in the quality of life; Advocacy for full employment, better housing and excellence in education; Statement that building a new era of progress would require turning away from old policies that have failed; View that many of the federal social programs that Nixon was about to rearrange had not worked as they were supposed to work; Conclusion of an agreement to end the war and bring peace with honor in Vietnam and in South-East Asia.


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