REPUBLICANS: Nixon's and Agnew's Financial Assets

Richard Nixon is fond of the Horatio Alger cast to his life, but there is one milestone to go: he is not yet a millionaire. He is on the way, however, as shown by financial statements released last week by the White House on both the President and Vice President Spiro Agnew. The first such public accounting since 1969 notes that the President's net worth, thanks largely to his real estate investments—and inflation—has risen from $596,900 to $765,118. Nixon's assets:

> Cash, savings certificates and U.S. savings bonds, $363,585.

> Cash surrender value...

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