Fire from the Right

June 1962
Time;Jun1962, Vol. 79 Issue 22, p21
The article focuses on the candidacy of former U.S. vice president Richard Nixon as governor of California. It states that Nixon has a found a formidable opponent with another Republican, Joseph Shell. It adds that Nixon is relying on his strategy of ignoring Shell and attacking the administration of Pat Brown. According to the author, a Nixon failure in this gubernatorial election would cast a blow on his political career.


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