October 1973
New Republic;10/6/73, Vol. 169 Issue 13/14, p5
The article discusses events related to U.S. politics. E. Howard Hunt Jr., a convicted conspirator in the break-in of the Watergate Hotel, testified about the contents of his safe. Robert Strauss, national chairman of the Democratic Party, has urged affirmative action quotas and refused to add members to the McGovern Commission. Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) analyst Victor Marchetti has been prohibited from publishing his book about the CIA.


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