Report on Rocky

Osborne, John
November 1975
New Republic;11/8/75, Vol. 173 Issue 19, p8
The article focuses on U.S. Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller. The author claims that Rockefeller has never thought about taking presidency from Gerald R. Ford as he is convinced that such an opportunity may never arise. Rockefeller is quite satisfied with his present job. He is willing to withdraw from the race for vice presidency if he is convinced that he would be discarded by President Ford or would be rejected by the Republican convention.


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