ISSUES: Nixon's Second-Term Plans

RICHARD NIXON and George McGovern are in total agreement on at least one thing: they offer the most fundamental choice between presidential candidates in this century. Yet in the vital realm of economics, where both men consider their differences especially great, voters have a tough time defining the choice with any precision. After months of confusion, contradiction and revision, McGovern has now produced an explicit, detailed tax and spending program. Nixon, while assailing that program as threatening a radical lurch to the left, has made only the most general promises about what...

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