The Quiet-Stall Survival Strategy

February 1974
Time;2/25/1974, Vol. 103 Issue 8, p12
The article discusses the survival strategy of U.S. President Richard M. Nixon concerning the Watergate scandal. It states that he shortly ceased cooperation with Special Watergate Prosecutor Leon Jaworski, concerning his claims that he needed all the facts on the exposed issue. It notes that Minority Counsel Albert Jenner will submit a report, which outlines the kinds of acts that the committee considers to be impeachable. Furthermore, the report is predicted to mention that betrayals of public trust and gross neglect of official duties belongs to the category of violations and high crimes.


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