Of Peace and Politics

November 1969
Time;11/7/1969, Vol. 94 Issue 19, p20
The article focuses on the political activities of U.S. President Richard Nixon. It states that Nixon's early announcement the speech that he wrote himself regarding the Vietnam War was considered by Administration officials to be a mistake as it gave critics the time to make public suggestions. Moreover, other issues that demand for the attention of the President such as his pragmatic address on Latin America and the slow legislative pace of the U.S. Congress are discussed.


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