Richard Nixon Favoring Limited Term

(Original Caption) Washington, DC. President Richard M. Nixon told a group of Congressional leaders 5/15 that he favors amending the U.S. Constitution to limit a President to a single term of six years. He raised the matter at a White House meeting called to discuss his plan for the creation of a 17-member Commission to recomend reforms of the electoral process so that another scandel like Watergate could not occur. The President is shown addressing the GOP fund-raising dinner at th Washington Hilton Hotel.
(Original Caption) Washington, DC. President Richard M. Nixon told a group of Congressional leaders 5/15 that he favors amending the U.S. Constitution to limit a President to a single term of six years. He raised the matter at a White House meeting called to discuss his plan for the creation of a 17-member Commission to recomend reforms of the electoral process so that another scandel like Watergate could not occur. The President is shown addressing the GOP fund-raising dinner at th Washington Hilton Hotel.
Richard Nixon Favoring Limited Term
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Credit:
Bettmann / Contributor
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515108430
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Bettmann
Date created:
09 May, 1973
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