February 1974
New Republic;2/9/74, Vol. 170 Issue 6, p4
Focuses on various illegal actions that are taking place in the White House. Information on the meeting of U.S. President Richard Nixon's meeting with representatives of dairy cooperatives who contributed $25,000 to his campaign; Arrest of burglars in headquarters of the Democratic National Committee and they admitted they were directed by White House associates; Discussion of the President's relations with his close friend Charles Rebozo and with billionaire Howard Hughes.


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