February 1974
New Republic;2/23/74, Vol. 170 Issue 8, p6
Comments on the political principles and deeds of Democratic Senator Henry Jackson in the U.S. with reference to current political system of the country. Attitude of Jackson toward the foreign and domestic policy of President Richard Nixon; Impetus to the support of the Jewish community to Jackson; Viability of Jackson to gain victory as a presidential contender; Comparison of the American and British political systems; Executive powers in the U.S. and Great Britain; Methods used in the British system to get rid of a collapsed leader.


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