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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesday, December 12, 1973 1

Wednesday, December 12, 1973 1

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"Thesis WASHING TON (Reuter) - De-
" Dissertations spite pressure for his resignation
" Buines Letersor impeachment over Watergate,
* Buines LetersPresident Nixon agreed with toga
* Peronalnolitical advisers today that the
dderi Fer~no(battle plan for the 974 congres-
Correspondence sional election campaign should
ft."be bread-and-butter issues and
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Bu~sh told reporters there was
a strong feeling that Watergate
and attacks on the President
were being overplayed, and that
Americans next November would
vote on the basis of the economy
and other "gut, pocket-book is-
sues."
Others at the meeting -- Sen.
William Brock of Tennessee and
Rep. William Michel of Illinois,
strongly agreed though they ad-
mitted that the reaction to the
Watergate scandal and the is-
sues of presidential leadership
and integrity would be "mixed."
Bush said the word "Water-
gate" was not mentioned once
during the meeting - but the
scandal and allegations of pos-
sible presidential involvement
had been discussed at previous
conferences with Nixon.
We're not as gloomy as some
people think we ought to be,"
Bush declared.
The presidency is not involved
in the 1974 election campaign but
many Republicans are beginning
to dissociate themselves from
Nixon and believe that the bug-
ging of Democratic Party head-
quarters last year will severely
hurt the party in November.
Bush said he found during a re-
cent tour of the southwest Water-
gate was not a major issue and
that people were saying: Get
off the president's back- let
him run the country."
The three Republicans said the
party could be devastated in the
1974 Congressional election if

the economy sluimped - but not
by the Watergate affair.
They voiced confidence that
the economy would not be harm-
ed by the energy crisis and
Brock added the President gave
them a great deal of hope on
this.
Their view was supported by
Herbert Stein, chairman of the
Council of Economic Advisers,
who told a congressional commit-
tee that the oil shortage could
increase the unemployment rate
from 4.7 to six per cent of the
labor force but that some fore-
casts of a recession were unrea-
listically pessimistic.
The 1974 election involves all
435 seats in the House of Repre-
sentatives and one third of the
100 seats in the Senate.
Democrats control both cham-
bers by substantial majorities
and believe that the Watergate
scandal will foil the bid by Re-
publicans to strengthen their po-
sition.
Bush and his colleagues said,
however, the mood of their meet-
ing with the President was "up-
beat" and they thought the par-
ty had a good chance to win
seats, though probably not
enough to seize control.
Asked if Nixon would campaign
personally for congressional can-
didates next year, Bush said the
President told him: "If it will
help, I'll sure do it."
But he reported that the Presi-
dent's precise role had not been

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of one. 20% off on most instruments, 10(;'
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