If Honest Audit of Illinois Votes Had Taken Place Richard Nixon Would Have Won in 1960 But Gave Way for Nation’s Stability


Lest young people think presidential elections can’t be rigged, recall for them 1960 when the Chicago political machine manufactured about sixty thousand votes for John Kennedy to win. Few historians contest that this is true, nor that Richard Nixon did not challenge the vote for fear that social instability would have broken out across the nation.