The Nation: Fresh Stirrings On Koreagate

Jaworski is the catalyst, but he faces some stone walls

Becalmed for much of the summer, the Koreagate investigation suddenly lurched forward last week. Former Watergate Prosecutor Leon Jaworski, 71, who was appointed counsel to the House ethics committee in July, held his first meeting with the panel and declared bluntly, "I advise those who may believe that the investigation will blow over or prove fruitless to take a closer look." Then, threatening a contempt citation, he got close-mouthed Girl-About-Town Suzi

Park Thomson, former secretary to retired House Speaker Carl Albert, to testify for...

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