THE VICE PRESIDENCY: Heading Toward an Indictment?

Fresh from a round of golf and good living at Frank Sinatra's spread in Palm Springs, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew returned to Washington last week to deal with the charges of corruption that have threatened his entire political future. After meeting with his attorneys for most of a day, the Vice President sent a letter to George Beall, the U.S. Attorney in Baltimore, offering to let the prosecutor examine Agnew's personal financial records for the past 6'A years "at any time you may desire." Furthermore, said Agnew, he would be happy to submit to a "personal interview" with...

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