Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 18
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July 30, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 18

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1BA--July 30, 1972 * Sunday Gazette-Mail ---Charleston, v/wf £ m T A . ~ Charleston. Wwf Virtlfli* New Agnew Enters Political Arena By Lou Cannon «,n.._· . . . . . . .. ' By Lou Cannon The Washington Post WASHINGTON-"The Govern- tnent official's right and power to administer his office is and should be subject to the responsible surveillance of an independent press," the speaker declared. "Far from being threatened, the public interest is enhanced by such responsible journalism." The words are familiar to anyone who ever has attended a gathering of editors, but the [ever submitting to the elective members of the National News-!P rocess as we in public office I ,.. w «. iMlfAVAAfclA i* V T T O Paper Association (NNA) were accustomed to hearing other words from the man who spoke Uiem. The speaker was Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, the same man who precisely 26 months to the dav earlier had described the nation's "liberal news media" as "those really illiberal, self-appointed guardians of our destiny who would _£unjhecountry without must do." There are real evidences these days of "A New Agnew," or perhaps of "Another Agnew." While the attention of the press has been focused on the trials and tribulations second term. These critics generally accepted Agnew'i ability and Us dedkatlon but they were afraid that fondness for negative rhetoric would o b s c u r e the presidential theme of positive accomplishment. When '.he Republican reelec- --- --,,.......,,.,.,, , TI ntu -iic ikeLsuuuuiiii rccujv- of Sen. Thomas Eagleton, the (tion campaign was first con- vice president has succeeded in mollifying many of the critics within his own party who had not wished him to have a TRADE-IN YOUR OLD W I G S Don't Throw Your Old Wigs Away! They Are Valuable! 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