Dirty Tricks

Davis, Charles O.
May 1990
American Heritage;May/Jun90, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p33
Recounts the author's experience as campaign director in Wisconsin in 1970 for the Republican gubernatorial candidate. Arranging for a visit from President Nixon on behalf of his candidate; How Nixon used the event to build sympathy for his Vietnam policy.


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