Prosecutor Jaworski's Operation Townhouse

Pincus, Walter
December 1973
New Republic;12/22/73, Vol. 169 Issue 25, p10
Focuses on the investigation of the secret fund-raising campaign by the administration of the U.S. President Richard Nixon. Role of fund raiser Jack A. Gleason in the clandestine campaign fund operation that had been set up by the White House in July 1970; Information that some three million dollars was raised; Distribution of money to Republican candidates; Details of the candidates who ran in 1970 and won Senate seats with the help of Gleason's money; Information on the source of contributions; Investigation of the contributions was done by the Watergate special prosecutor Archibald Cox.


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