Letters, Aug. 19, 1974

Impeachment Debate

Sir / When the President of our country thinks that he and his associates can violate the law with impunity, we must either change the name of our governmental system from democracy to dictatorship or change Presidents. I personally prefer the latter.

CLAYTON W. DAVIS Newport News, Va.

Sir / The hostile hypocrites of the press and Congress have "got religion" about political campaigns a little too late to make them credible. An equal application of the law requires that this Republican President be judged by no harsher standards than were his...

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