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Democratic National Committee: Bugging, 17 June 1972 (1 of 2 folders)

Democratic National Committee: Bugging, 17 June 1972 (1 of 2 folders)
5 February 1970-3 September 1972, undated
50 digital pages
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O'Brien, Lawrence F. (Lawrence Francis), 1917-1990
LOBPP-239-008
Lawrence F. O'Brien Personal Papers. Democratic National Party Files, 1961-1975. Subject Files. Democratic National Committee: Bugging, 17 June 1972 (1 of 2 folders)
The Subject Files series contains information on a variety of topics related to the Democratic Party. Information on elections, issues with the FCC concerning equal television time, public opinion polls, campaigns, fundraising, and youth and minority votes, among others can be found in this series. Of note, material related to the Watergate break-in also can be found in these files, including letters to President Nixon, law suit information, and press releases.
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