By Hook or Crook

Johnson, Gerald W.
April 1962
New Republic;4/16/62, Vol. 146 Issue 16, p16
Discusses the early career of Richard M. Nixon in light of his new book. Mistakes about the Cuban invasion preparations by the U.S. Insertion of a passage on the book framing research assistant Alger Hiss; Innocence of Nixon regarding the case; Embodiment of the statute of limitations in the law; Claim that Nixon inadvertently brought the Hiss case back into the news.


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