REPUBLICANS: Nixon's Offensive for Peace

In Beverly Hills, Calif., the day after the third TV debate, Vice President Nixon made his major foreign-policy speech of the campaign. "It is time to launch a great new effort," he said, "an all-out offensive for peace and freedom." Key point in organizing the offensive: a series of conferences. Items:

¶ A council of the new Administration's defense chiefs, civilian and military, to "reexamine" U.S. defense programs in the light of Soviet policies and "the rapid pace of technological change." He would "work with these leaders." said Nixon, to develop "policies that...

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