INVESTIGATIONS: Gumshoes and Tax Audits

After the Senate Watergate hearings ended, Committee Member Lowell P. Weicker kept up his personal investigation into the Nixon Administration's snooping on political enemies. Last week he demonstrated that the scope of those activities was far broader than had been previously known. At hearings conducted jointly by three Senate subcommittees into Government invasion of privacy, the Connecticut Republican made public a sheaf of White House memorandums, which he said "display Government at its most efficient philosophically and at its scariest" to individuals. Among his revelations and documentation of previous reports:


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