Of Many Things

January 1975
America;1/25/1975, Vol. 132 Issue 3, preceding p41
The article discusses the denouement of the Watergate scandal, in which four officials in the administration of U.S. President Richard Nixon were convicted of multiple felonies. It notes that Nixon celebrated his 62nd birthday in loneliness, which is further aggravated by his family problems. It says that the Watergate event shows that moral standard is declining, especially in the pluralistic society. It stresses the teaching of moral values in schools, which will benefit the nation as a whole.


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