Richard Nixon Speaks at the 1968 Republican National Convention Ca. 1968Unknown - 1968
During the 1968 presidential campaign, Richard Nixon made an issue of Attorney General Ramsey Clark's liberal tendencies, promising to replace Clark to "restore order and respect for law" in the United States. As attorney general, Clark helped author the 1968 Civil Rights Act. He also supported gun control, opposed wire tapping, and spoke out against mayor Richard Daley's brutal reaction to the riots outside of the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
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Copyright Date: ©1968
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