Nixon's Uphill Campaign

Steif, William
February 1962
New Republic;2/26/62, Vol. 146 Issue 9, p18
Focuses on the campaign strategy of gubernatorial candidate Richard M. Nixon in the U.S. Comment on Nixon's doctrine of the republican unity; Report that the Grand Old Party is California's minority party with just a trifle over 43 percent of a state registration expected to exceed seven million voters; Information on political resemblance between Nixon and chief justice of the U.S. Earl Warren; Comment on U.S. President John F. Kennedy's policy toward Katanga.


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