An Incredible Year

December 1974
New Republic;12/28/74, Vol. 171 Issue 26, p2
Comments on the political scandal related to the taped conversation of U.S. President Richard Nixon and Haldeman in Washington. Denial made by President Nixon on the Watergate espionage; Refusal of President Nixon to resign; Problems related to the planned impeachment trial of President Nixon; Pardon given by President Gerald R. Ford to former President Nixon; Confession of obstruction of justice on the part of President Nixon.


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