November 1972
New Republic;11/25/72, Vol. 167 Issue 20, p9
This article presents news including the results by the United States Census Bureau of the number of voters that turned out for the 1972 presidential election, a review of the documentary motion picture "Only the Strong," directed by Harry Treleaven and produced by the Institute for American Strategy, and the physical appearance of U.S. President Richard Nixon.


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