SEIZE THE MOMENT: AMERICA'S CHALLENGE IN A ONE-SUPERPOWER WORLD
by Richard Nixon
Simon & Schuster; 322 pages; $25
Looks like we have finally seen the last of the new Nixons. Anyone who remembers his campaign and White House oratory will recognize the old Nixon's rhetorical devices from the first page of his new book, the ninth he has written. Once again we encounter the continual setting up of straw men, the self-righteous refusal to take (or in this case recommend) the easy and popular course, even -- Lord help us! -- the incidentally-I-have-negotiated- with-Khrushchev bit. Some of the old class resentment...