Originally published 02/18/2015
He was lead counsel in 1974 for a number of historians, political scientists and reporters who maintained that despite an agreement he had struck with the government, Nixon could not take possession of records created while he was in the White House.
Originally published 02/10/2015
He won fame and headlines for his expose of UN Secretary Kurt Waldheim.
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