Monday, February 13, 2017

Nixon - The Young Guns of 68

"As a long-time trial lawyer, I had acquired the skill of locating expert talent. As a long-time political agnostic, I did not much care about the ideological coloration of that talent. I ran around visiting with everyone from Edward Teller to Dick Gregory, and my recruits were a very mixed ideological bag. In the beginning, this diversity was an advantage, reinforcing the notion of a Nixon who had entered a fresh, non-troglodytic phase. . . . - Leonard Garment

Chicago - The Men Behind Nixon for Sept 9. 1968

CQ Almanac - Massive Staff Runs Nixon-Agnew Presidential Campaign

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