Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Guilty or innocent Watergate has harmed Nixon Christian Science Monitor WASHINGTON Even If Richard Nixon is shown to have known nothing about the Water- gate break-in or his image in history has been per- manently scarred. That is the verdict of about one-third of the Congress 168 senators and including 63 Republicans according to a Monitor poll. The to which a total of 198 members of both houses split and about even- ly between Republicans and showed only 18 members saying that Mr. Nix- image would not be hurt. Twelve returns were blank on the question. Lop-sided majorities of those responding also That Watergate will hurt Mr. Nixon's ability to govern in the next three years. The 157 to 21. Mr. Nixon has not con- ducted an adequate of his staff as a re- sult of Watergate. The vote 123 to 48. the president should not be impeached to neither should he resign to At the same time 140 voted that Mr. Nixon should release White House tapes to the Sen- ate Watergate 45 voted against. But 105 believed Mr. Nixon should not appear in person before the with 67 urging that he should. do not reach 198 in each case because of com- and unmarked res- Replies came from 80 Repub- lican representatives and 89 Democrats. In the Senate the figures were 12 Republicans and 17 Democrats. The question about Mr. Nix- on's image in history Mr. Nixon be scarred by Watergate even if it turns out that he knew nothing about the act or the That will it hurt htm in the assess- ment made by Among the 63 Republicans who said that hu image would be six were sena- the remainder representa- tives. Partisanship clearly played a role In the responses. For ex- no Republican congress- men thought the president should resign. And no Republican senator and only one Republican con- gressman said the president should be impeached. But on most of the questions there was a heavy coloration of Republican sentiment in making an overall harsh judgment on the president. All of the senators and many of the representatives prefer- red anonymity en their answers favoring presidential resigna- tion and-or impeachment. But among the Democratic representatives calling im- peachment were Ldonal Van- f'lsrlin of Robert F. Drinan of Ron- ald V. Dellums and Fortney H. Stark of Bella S. Abzug of New Donald M. Fraser of John Con- Jr. of Warren J. Mitchell of Edward R. Roybal of Joshua Eilberg of Char- les B. Rangle of New Yo'-1' and William D. Ford of Michigan. The only Republican rep- resentative calling for.impeach- ment was Paul N. McCloskey of who ran against Mr. Nixon in some early primaries last year. Another Rep. Stewart B. McKinney of Con- called for Mr. Nixon's resignation. Comment from those re- sponding to the Monitor poll was confined almost entirely to criticism of the Ervin commit- tee and-or a defense of the President. from the Dem- Rep. 0. C. Fisher of appear to be sick and tired of the Watergate hearings. If the tape issue is resolved in Nixon's whether re- leased or I look for a pro-Nixon Rep. Jamie L. Whiteen of Mississippi r Senate hear- ings with hearsay and public smear on television should have been in the grand jury. Regard- less of the irreparable damage has been done to many people including the standing of the Rep. Charles Rose of North though the president has done a sorry job on the country has had And from some of the Repub- Rep. Edward J. Derwinski of '-If the president pro- vides the public with a proper and thorough explanation of the Watergate question during the lull before resumption of the Senate he will be able to re-establish enough ity to regain momentum tor the positive programs that the administration may product. he is unable to aatufyflw his position in CongreM will continue to erode and of necessity Republicans will hwt to start rebuilding their party without taking into account the needs of the Nixon adminiftrfr Rep. Samuel L. 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