PRICES: Visible Victory Over Autos

AT a friend's suggestion last week, Price Commission Chairman C. Jackson Grayson put through a telephone call to a key Republican campaign agency: the Committee to Re-Elect President Nixon. From the other end of the line, Grayson heard his own voice proclaiming that General Motors and Ford will not be allowed to raise prices on the 1973-model cars that they will put on sale later this month. Without his knowledge, G.O.P. campaign aides had taped the announcement at a press conference two hours earlier, and were playing excerpts over a telephone number that voters can call free to hear...

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