People, Jun. 5, 1995


At least the marble was unblemished. Twenty-two years after he resigned the vice presidency in disgrace, having pleaded no contest to tax-evasion charges, SPIRO AGNEW finally had his graven image added to the Capitol's gallery of Vice Presidents. Richard Nixon's onetime right-hand man was pleased with the honor-and with the likeness, which he said captured what "pundits" called his "squinty little eyes and mastodonic nose." He also noted that "the honor has less to do with Spiro Agnew than the honor I held." About 300 guests turned up for the unveiling, including some who may really...

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