Notes and comment

December 1991
New Yorker;12/30/91, Vol. 67 Issue 45, p23
Comments on the publication of Oliver North's memoirs and the tour to promote it. Suggestion that this event casts the Iran-Contra affair from tragedy to farce and begins its inevitable transformation into a marketable product. Suggestion that nobody will ever unearth the truth of Iran-Contra; Tapes acquired by the television program 'Nightline'; His plans to run for the United States Senate.


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