October 1972
New Republic;10/28/72, Vol. 167 Issue 16, p5
This article discusses news including chicanery in politics and in the race for the presidency between United States president Richard Nixon and Senator George McGovern, a provision in the authorization bill for the Office of Economic Opportunity, which would help protect Legal Services from political sniping, and the rejection of employment quotas by both Nixon and McGovern.


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