Nation: Nixon's Pace

His aides have begun to call him "Richard the Relentless," and last week Dick Nixon showed why. Even with no candidate of stature against him, he stepped up his pace in the final days before this week's New Hampshire primary. And instead of talking in winner's generalities, he attacked the Johnson Administration and focused on the two most worrisome issues of the times: Viet Nam and urban violence.

"Of course I have no pushbutton solutions, no magic gimmicks," he said of Viet Nam. "But I pledge that if the war isn't over [this year], the new leadership will end the war and...

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