President Nixon


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vice president under Eisenhower and 37th President of the United States

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He added that 'but President Nixon knew we had to continue to reach out to old friends and to old enemies alike.
By testifying against President Nixon, did Dean betray a trust?
They established official diplomatic ties in 1979, "consummating the strategic reorientation started by President Nixon," according to President Jimmy Carter's national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski.
But President Nixon had refused to comply with a court order awarded to Leon Jaworski, the special prosecutor in the Watergate investigation, requiring him to produce the tapes themselves.
Throughout the Watergate and associated affairs President Nixon has steadfastly refused to be questioned in public.
And this seems to sound like something President Nixon once said, which was, 'when the President does it, then that means it is not illegal' in the areas involving national security.
Second, President Nixon was in power in the late '60s, and there was a sort of self-proving need for the First Amendment while he was in office.
In Watching the Play, 2004, Li transforms a famous photograph of President Nixon and Jiang Qing (a political live wire who was also Mao's second wife) into a kaleidoscopic patchwork that blurs the line between mark making and figuration.
President Nixon attempted to widen the Viet Nam War by extending it into Cambodia.
President Nixon would resign in August of the same year.
Although President Nixon began his first term by perpetuating the Keynesian policies of his predecessors, his renunciation of the gold standard and the introduction of floating currencies set into motion a new world of international finance which has grown enormously over the last thirty years.
In an apology, released March 1 by a Texas public relations firm, the 83-year-old evangelist said: "Although I have no memory of the occasion, I deeply regret comments I apparently made in an Oval Office conversation with President Nixon .
military and political leaders, including President Nixon and Governor Rhodes.
Watching the funeral of John Cardinal O'Connor reminded me of watching the funeral of Richard President Nixon.
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