INVESTIGATIONS: A Test for Jaworski

When the Nixon Administration named Leon Jaworski to succeed Archibald Cox as the special Watergate prosecutor, the most skeptical people in Washington were the experts who would be working for the new man, the staff that Cox himself had assembled. Several key members of the 80-man unit said privately that they would resign if Jaworski did not vigorously pursue Cox's work, letting the indictments fall where they may. Last week the Watergate staffers had their first chance to take a hard, appraising look at their new boss. Their verdict, somewhat to their...

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