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Exit Jaworski: Exit Jaworski

When former Watergate Prosecutor Leon Jaworski returned to Washington a year ago to conduct the House Ethics Committee's investigation of Korean influence...

INVESTIGATIONS: A Test for Jaworski

When the Nixon Administration named Leon Jaworski to succeed Archibald Cox as the special Watergate prosecutor, the most skeptical people in Washington were...

The Nation: A Texan Who Goes His Own Way

When Richard Nixon picked Leon Jaworski as special prosecutor, there were those who darkly suspected that the fix was in. Jaworski, a 68-year-old Texas...

The Presidency: Memories of a Prosecutor

Leon Jaworski knew Presidents. He was in a White House bedroom one day when Lyndon Johnson disrobed, and the Texas lawyer beheld the Emperor without a stitch...

INVESTIGATIONS: Jaworski Comes Back

It involves Congressmen who have accepted gifts of cash, trips, women—or all three—from agents of the South Korean government, and it is expected to produce...

The Nation: Fresh Stirrings On Koreagate

Jaworski is the catalyst, but he faces some stone walls Becalmed for much of the summer, the Koreagate investigation suddenly lurched forward last week. Former...

The Nation: A Stand-Up Texan for a Tough Task

The lawyer from Houston had barely accepted the job when he was asked if he wished it had never been offered to him. "Yes," quickly replied Leon Jaworski, 68,...

Nation: Park Returns

Some Congressmen may go Although he once called Washington his second home, for nearly a year and a half he did all he could to avoid visiting it again. But...

The Nation: Showdown Before the Justices

The case called The United States of America v. Richard Nixon raises an ostensibly simple question: Does Federal Judge John Sirica have the right to review 64...

The Nation: The Pursuit of the Evidence

Painstakingly acquired over 20 months and neatly catalogued, the lode of evidence mined by the Watergate special prosecutor could save the House Judiciary...

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