Rovere, Richard H.
September 1971
New Yorker;9/18/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 31, p116
The article comments on the administration of U.S. President Richard Nixon. According to the author, the economic programs of the president can work only if he receives the cooperation of labor, industry and the opposition Congress. The author explains that the Democratic Party may fail to go along with him so that they can hold on to inflation and unemployment as anti-Nixon issues in 1972.


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