From Johnson's "In Praise of Richard Nixon," Commentary, October 1988:
"There was none of the personal corruption which had marked the rule of Lyndon Johnson, let alone the gross immoralities and security risks of John F. Kennedy's White House."
From Crowley's "The Day Nixon Said Goodbye," Wall Street Journal, August 9, 1999:
"There was none of the personal corruption that had marked the rule of Lyndon Johnson or the base immoralities and outrageous security risks of the Kennedy and Clinton White Houses."
Sunday, March 26, 2006
Tales of Plagiarism Past
As long as we're on the subject of plagiarism, I might as well link to this post by Debbie Schlussel which points out some other examples of the genre. The one that Slate uncovered is a gem: