November 1969
America;11/15/1969, Vol. 121 Issue 16, p450
The author discusses the performance of U.S. President Richard Nixon. As Chief of his party, he campaigned in New Jersey and Virginia for the gubernatorial candidates of the Republican Party. As chief diplomat, he reduced AU.S. role in Latin America. As chief executive, he asked Congress to set up a new consumer protection division in the Justice Department. As commander-in-chief, he drafted a peace plan for Vietnam. The author says Nixon showed concern and courage in these roles.


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