Reluctant Campaigner

Osborne, John
November 1972
New Republic;11/4/72, Vol. 167 Issue 17, p10
Comments on the issues that apparently made U.S. President Richard Nixon uneasy and preoccupied during a campaign in New York. State of the Vietnam negotiations; Alleged involvement of U.S. Appointments Secretary Dwight L. Chapin and White House Chief of Staff Bob Haldeman in recruiting political spies and saboteurs to disrupt the Democrats' primary campaigns.


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