ISSUES'72: The Candidates' World


The best case to be made for Richard Nixon's re-election can probably be found in his handling of foreign relations. George McGovern, on the other hand, has been accurately criticized for not articulating a clear foreign policy alternative of his own. Last week, speaking before the City Club of Cleveland, McGovern attempted to do just that. He rejected Republican charges that he is an isolationist and scored some telling points against Nixon's global policies; yet he left his own view of the world too fuzzy for the speech to make a...

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