Letters, Oct. 1, 1973

The President's Real Estate

Sir / The number of White Houses ought to be reduced, not because they are so expensive and elaborate, but because they give us a nomadic President who migrates like a gypsy from Washington to Camp David to Key Biscayne to San Clemente and back again, absent too long and too often from the center of action in the nation's capital [Sept. 10]. Even if President Nixon had only wigwams at Key Biscayne and San Clemente, he would still be open to criticism on this score.

But as for how Mr....

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