The Nation: Jaworski: Seeing It Through

Outwardly composed, Special Watergate Prosecutor Leon Jaworski was nevertheless seething after his heated meeting last week with James St. Clair, President Nixon's chief Watergate counsel. In an interview with TIME Correspondent Hays Gorey, Jaworski complained that St. Clair had unfairly criticized him for having attested to the veracity of John Dean, the President's main accuser on Watergate, in an ABC-TV interview. Jaworski protested that the issue had been raised in open court and that, besides, the White House had released statements discounting Dean's value as a witness. "It was as if it is...

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