T.R.B. from Washington

January 1975
New Republic;1/18/75, Vol. 172 Issue 3, p4
Discusses the system of governance in relation to Watergate scandal in the U.S. Watergate shows how far loose system can be distorted; Overview of a reform law to be passed in the U.S. Congress to avoid scandals; Appraisal of responsibilities of the U.S. President; Lack of initiative for final responsibility in the Congress; Information on resignation of U.S. President Richard Nixon.


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