The Press: Thunder on the Right

In the midst of the fight over the Bricker amendment last week (see NATIONAL AFFAIRS) came a brand-new proposal. It rejected Bricker's plan because it did not go to the "root of the problem," suggested instead an amendment to the Constitution that could force the President to resign from office if Congress disapproved (by a two-thirds majority) any agreement he signed with a foreign power. Then Congress would elect a new President. The suggestion might have been considered harebrained had it not come from the most widely syndicated political pundit in the U.S....

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