THE CONGRESS: Judging Nixon: The Impeachment Session

Quite by coincidence, the second session of the 93rd U.S. Congress began last week on the eve of the Chinese New Year, the Year of the Tiger. But there were very few tigers in evidence among the returning 431 Congressmen and 100 Senators. Their sojourn among the voters back home during the 29-day holiday recess exposed them to an American public that was angry, suspicious, impatient and sour, and one, moreover, that was sharply divided on how to solve the nation's problems. Energy shortages, exploding prices, dwindling jobs, all conspired to make...

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