Manson and the Presidency

September 1975
National Review;9/26/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 37, p1034
The article comments on the assassination attempt against U.S. President Gerald R. Ford by Lynette Fromme, who turned out to be a principal member of the Charles Manson family. It includes information on the details of the case, as well as other unpleasant encounters between the presidency and the Charles Manson family.


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