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Criminal Minds


Just over an hour after he had been threatened with assassination
in Sacramento, President Ford spoke about the troubling rise in crime in the United States. The little of his remarks that were quoted in the newspapers suggested that the president contented himself with platitudes. “Peace on Tenth Street in Sacramento,” he said, “is as important to the people who walk and work there as peace in the Sinai Desert”; “one man or woman or child becomes just as dead from a switchblade slash as from a nuclear missile blast”; “the billions of dollars spent at all levels of government since 1960 have not done the job,” et cetera.

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