The Nation: Nixon's Taxes (Contd.)

Although President Nixon has agreed to pay $432,787 in back taxes as assessed by the Internal Revenue Ser vice, his tax problems are not over. At the specific request of the IRS, Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski will apparently ask a federal grand jury to decide whether Nixon's tax advisers, Attorney Frank DeMarco and Accountant Arthur Blech, should be charged with fraud. DeMarco, at least, is not likely to accept the full blame under any such accusation. At the same time, IRS Commissioner Donald Alexander, by will ingly declaring that Nixon had not been accused of fraud himself but then issuing a...

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