People: Dec. 14, 1970

For the politicized person who has everything—including an Agnew wristwatch and a Spiro shirt—Santa Claus has several new possibilities in store. Those inclined to put the Vice President on the receiving end may look forward to a Spiro Agnew wastebasket, with decorations commemorating his crowning victories on the golf course and tennis court. A windup Richard Nixon box looks something like a toaster and contains a loose-jointed figure in the presidential image that dances to a tinkly Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay. Strangely silent, however, is the forthcoming Martha Mitchell doll, authorized by the Attorney General's...

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