Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 1, 1973 · Page 9
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Golesburg Register'Mqil, Golesbureit HI. Wednesday, Aug, 1, 1973 9 Haldeman-Weicker Exchange Points Up Divisions WASHINGTON (UPl) - For the first time in 10 weeks of WAtergate tarings, the turn* dreds Of people crammed into the marble hall fell silent all at once a§ the senator and the wittiest regarded one another in gomethirig less than mutual admiration. Across that breath-holding hush, the glare exchanged Tuesday by Sen. Lowell P. Weicker .Tr. and H. R, Halde* man bespoke what more than 5,000 pages of transcribed testimony has not quite captured — the deep divisions carved by the scandal and the clash of philosophies it has come to represent. Who Set Example? "Who set the example for what happened?" Weicker had demanded a few moments earlier. "I don't believe that anyone has to set an example..." replied Haldeman, who until last spring was regarded as the most powerful man in Washington next to Richard M. Nixon himself. 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"No, sir, I will not in any way, shape or form accept that allegation or contention," he said. "There is no way that any man in this country can establish and make the case that everything in the House, or everything that the White House touched, was corroded. And I think that does a great disservice to this country to even state it..." "I would only say this," Weicker shot back. "That the real problem is that your Making of Prexy 1972 'Not a Trick' WASHINGTON (UP!) - To conclude from the Watergate disclosures that Americans were "tricked" into re-electing President Nixon would be "no less than a national tragedy," according to Theodore H. White. White, in the fourth of his presidential campaign chronicles, "The Making of the President—1972," says Nixon beat Sen. George McGovern last fall because he promised Americans what they wanted— "a curb on power." Writing of Watergate as "stupidity" and "the grossest abuse of power," White never theless rejects any suggestion that the Nixon campaign organization's activities stole the election from McGovern. He argues that while what was known of the Watergate last fall probably did cost Nixon three or four million votes and a probable 65-35 per cent record landslide, even complete disclosure before the election would not have cut Ms margin below 55 per cent of the vote cstst* "...It is doubtful that In 1972, given the moods, emotions and public issues of that year, George McGovern or any other Democrat could have been elected," White writes. White says it would be no less than national tragedy if men came to regard the election of 1972 as fraud; or attempted to reverse the verdict of the people at the polls on the technicalities of a burglary, in a spasm of mqrality approaching the hysterical." 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