THE ADMINISTRATION: Raising Cattle, or-?

My basic commitment with the President stems from the conversation which we had in which I said I never had an employment contract in my life, and I didn't want one, and that I felt my employer should be free to ask me to leave any morning and I should be free to leave any afternoon. That's the way it has been and that's the way it is.

When John Connally made those off-the-cuff remarks, he had already served notice upon his most recent employer, President Richard M. Nixon. The subsequent announcement of his decision to resign as Secretary of...

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