The Nation: The Strategy for Campaign '74

There has been little doubt for months that the consuming issue of the 1974 mid-term vote will be Watergate. But with Election Day just seven months away, candidates and leaders of both parties are increasingly realizing that much of the campaign may unfold against more than just a scandal: it could well coincide with the first presidential impeachment proceeding in more than a century.

Most Democrats are baffled about how best to exploit this unique circumstance. They worry about whether their party's most effective course is to try to make capital out of the...

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