The Nation: Giving the American Way

Though at first denying its existence, President Nixon's campaign fund-raising officials kept a secret list of some of their most generous 1972 contributors. The list, which apparently includes the names of some large corporations, was kept in the office of Nixon's secretary, Rose Mary Woods. Under court pressure from a civil suit, it was surrendered by the White House and later turned over to the staff of Special Watergate Prosecutor Archibald Cox (see THE LAW). Last week "Rosemary's baby," as Cox investigators call the list, bit the first of the many hands that had fed it. American Airlines voluntarily announced that...

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