July 1973
New Republic;7/21/73, Vol. 169 Issue 3, p1
The article discusses events related to U.S. politics. The author suggests that statements by White House Counsel John Dean indicate U.S. President Richard M. Nixon was aware of attempts to provide funds to suspects in the break-in of the Watergate Hotel. Airline company American Airlines allegedly donated corporate funds to a committee to re-elect President Nixon illegally. A gasoline shortage has led experts to suggest alternative sources of energy such as solar power and nuclear fusion.


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