November 1973
New Yorker;11/19/1973, Vol. 49 Issue 39, p48
The article presents an interview with Frank Mankiewicz, political director of the campaign of U.S. presidential nominee George McGovern in 1972. He has been writing a book entitled "Perfectly Clear: Nixon From Whittier to Watergate." Mankiewicz thinks that some of the supporters of President Richard Nixon are ignorant and unpolitical. He states that Nixon would not be elected to the Congress or the Senate without the support of the California press.


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