ALL MORNING the signs of a historic change were in the air, sensed by the crowds that gathered in front of the White House to see Mr. Nixon and his family leave the nation's capital. The emotions in the throngs of people ranged from sadness to a sense of relief, and in some cases, open elation at the resignation of the 37th President of the United States. While some wept, others cheered. Even the hardened press corps were affected by the historic events. I asked one well-seasoned correspondent what his thoughts were of the past few days. His only reaction was, "All I can say is we are living in very unique times."
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