The Nation: New Doubts Over Nixon's Finances

In making public the voluminous data on his personal finances, President Nixon somewhat blithely announced that the tangle of figures raised only two questions, and that both of them could be settled by the Congressional Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation. Last week the committee, headed by Arkansas Congressman Wilbur Mills and Louisiana Senator Russell Long, agreed to review Nixon's tax returns for the past four years. The legislators, however, will not just look into the two points that the President chose to cite, but they say that they will comprehensively examine the...

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