Helen Gahagan Douglas, who ran against Richard Nixon in the 1950 Republican congressional primary, is interviewed by two unidentified interviewers. Topics include Douglas as a victim of Nixon's "dirty tricks," Nixon's 1950 smear tactics, and the necessity of election reform. Interview occurred during Watergate circa 1973.
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