TRB from Washington

August 1975
New Republic;8/30/75, Vol. 173 Issue 9, p2
Comments on the efforts by Washington, DC, politicians and reporters to enliven a listless summer with one-year-ago-today reminiscences, from the House Judiciary Committee and other quarters, designed to resurrect for anyone willing to listen, the events leading up to President Richard Nixon's resignation from office. Retrospective accounts; Activities of the Judiciary Committee a year ago versus today; Metamorphosis in the legislators after a year, as revealed in the committee's response to an antitrust bill campaigned by The Business Roundtable.


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