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“Mailer Starts Term in Jail, Labels Nixon ‘Uriah Heep.’” Article by unidentified writer. Evening Star (Washington, D.C.), 5 May. As he turns himself in to begin serving three days for his conviction for disorderly conduct at the Pentagon anti-war protest in October 1967, Mailer called President Nixon “the living embodiment of Uriah Heep,” and implicates him in the death of four students at Kent State University. See 68.8, 70.970.11.