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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Editorial Page Wednesday, Morch 20, No sitting duck, this peripatetic President Turnover immaterial: Presidency will survive SIDE BY SIDE below, two versions differ diamet- rically on what is fast becoming the central issue of all Watergate-related action and effect of past or possible events on the presidency of the United States, as distinguished from its oc- cupant. President Nixon repeated his view last week to a business-executive audience in Chicago: To resign under.pressure would destroy the presidency itself. Conservative Sen. James L. Buckley of New York, a lifelong Republican and active Nixon backer in the past, took his stand at a news conference Tuesday: NOT to resign is what will ruin the presidency now. The words are worth examining in some detail: v. President Nixon if "Now under these circumstan- ces, because the impression has been created .-doubts, mis- trust of the President I rec- ognize that why doesn't (he President resign? "Because if the President re- signs when lie was not guilty of charges, then every President in the future could be forced out of office by simply leveling some charges and getting the media to carry getting a few congressmen and senators who were on the other side to exploit them. "Why doesn't the President re- sign because .his popularity is low? Because if the time comes in this country when a President makes decisions..based on where he stands in the polls rather than what is right" or what is wrong, we'll have a
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