January 1972
National Review Bulletin;1/28/1972, Vol. 24 Issue 3, pB9
Comments on the "Wall Street Journal" editorial prompted by the announcement of John Ashbrook's primary challenge to U.S. President Richard Nixon. Comments on the editorial's conclusion; Views on the need for the government to have the capability to govern; Right of electors to hold the president accountable for the direction he chooses.


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