September 1974
New Republic;9/28/74, Vol. 171 Issue 13, p4
Focuses on the opposition to parliamentary form of governance waged by Arthur Schlesinger, a renowned historian of the United States. Views the imperial presidency of the U.S. President Richard Nixon has collapsed; Significance of the timing of the warning; Views that a parliamentary system is plagued by lack of accountability for the heads of state; Views that the President is idolized in the U.S.; Comments on the imperial pardon granted to Nixon for alleged perjury.


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