Bad Sign for Nixon

October 1969
Time;10/10/1969, Vol. 94 Issue 15, p28
The article reports that the result of the congressional election at the Sixth District of Massachusetts had a bad implication to U.S. President Richard Nixon's administration. It says that Republican Senator William Saltonstall and Democrat State Representative Michael J. Harrington are the candidates for the congressional race. It states that Harrington's victory in the election, who opposes administration policies, is a major defeat for the Nixon administration.


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