Essay: A FEW RESIGNATIONS MIGHT HELP

O mother What shall I cry? We demand a committee, a representative committee, a committee of investigation RESIGN RESIGN RESIGN−T.S. Eliot, Difficulties of a Statesman

THERE are plenty of committees in Washington these days, but virtually no talk of resignations. Since any number of Cabinet members and lesser officials are unhappy with President Nixon's policies, one would assume that a few of them are ready to quit amid ringing pronouncements: "I am sorry that I have only one job to give for my country." But no such moves−at least not so far....

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