Rockefeller: "Things Are Not Simplistic"

January 1975
Time;1/20/1975, Vol. 105 Issue 3, p31
An interview with U.S. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller is presented. When asked why he took the vice presidency, his answer reflects his love of the country and his desire to serve it. He states that he is not going to exert leadership from his office because he is not in the position. He adds that he supports the president who has the responsibility and the power. He explains about the announcement that he will head the Domestic Council.


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