The Case of Peter Flanigan

Pincus, Walter
October 1974
New Republic;10/19/74, Vol. 171 Issue 16, p12
Focuses on the public hearing on the nomination of former White House aide Peter Flannigan as the U.S. ambassador to Spain. Attitude of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee about the appointment; Details of the investigation related to the role of Flannigan in the unusual settlement of ITT antitrust case; Description of the reputation of Flannigan for the position.


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