THE PRESIDENCY by HUGH SIDEY: Weighing the Rising Odds Against Nixon

There is a growing conviction among many responsible men of both parties that Richard Nixon will not finish his term.

This conviction is based not only on the arguments now in progress about his guilt or innocence on specific charges but also on a sense of the nation. There is a deep current running against him, both in the affair called Watergate and in the conditions of American life.

It is a curious time, rife with opportunity that might lift a President to greatness if he seized the moment, but paralyzing for a leader...

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