THE WHITE HOUSE: Nixon Campaigns for His Presidency

I realized I had to take my case to the people and convince them of my honesty and integrity.

From Paris, France, to Xenia, Ohio, to Bad Axe, Mich., Richard Nixon last week took his own advice, as set forth in the Six Crises description of how he defused the 1952 uproar over his political slush fund. This time, his counteroffensive was against the gathering danger of his impeachment, and the peripatetic President's message to the American public was that despite Watergate he was still greatly respected and needed abroad, and could still...

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