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Did Kennedy Loyalists Squelch a 1968 ‘October Surprise’?

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James Barron: “It was a 1968 October Surprise story that might have changed the course of history.”“Imagine Hubert Humphrey taking office as President in January 1969, not Richard Nixon. We wouldn’t be at the 50th anniversary of the Watergate break-in, to name just one consequence with wide-reaching effects for American democracy.”
3 months ago·Washington, United States

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Did Kennedy Loyalists Squelch a 1968 ‘October Surprise’?

James Barron: “It was a 1968 October Surprise story that might have changed the course of history.”“Imagine Hubert Humphrey taking office as President in January 1969, not Richard Nixon. We wouldn’t be at the 50th anniversary of the Watergate break-in, to name just one consequence with wide-reaching effects for American democracy.”

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