Richard M. Nixon

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

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Settling old scores is often a prime motivation for writing one's memoir, and Helms has a list of betes noires: President Richard M. Nixon, former CIA Director William E.
All-time favourite: The book I most enjoyed was In the Arena by guess who - Richard M. Nixon.
Take that quintessential regulatory craftsman, President Richard M. Nixon. Thanks to some recently released audio tapes, we may now calibrate his estimate of the market price for a favorable regulatory ruling in the TV network sector.
The country was reeling from the Watergate scandal and the resignation earlier that day of President Richard M. Nixon, who had faced almost certain impeachment by the House of Representatives and possible conviction and removal from office by the Senate for his role in the affair.
He was nominated by Republican President Richard M. Nixon. At the time, the Court was seen as liberal.
(10.) Richard M. Nixon, "Needed in Vietnam: The Will to Win," Reader's Digest, August 1964, p.
The front-page article that most interested President Richard M. Nixon when he picked up the Sunday New York Times on June 13,1971, concerned his daughter Tricia, who had been married the day before at the White House.
President Richard M. Nixon has begun peace talks with North Vietnam and announces troop withdrawals.
But not in 1974, when Richard M. Nixon was desperately trying to hold on to the presidency in the wake of the political scandal known as Watergate.
President Richard M. Nixon visits China, ending two decades of hostility between the two countries.
A little-known Republican committee member from California, Richard M. Nixon, made a name for himself with his investigation of Alger Hiss, a suspected Soviet spy who had served in the administration of President Franklin D.
They're "photo opportunities," photo-ops for short, a term coined more than 30 years ago by Ron Ziegler, press secretary for President Richard M. Nixon, whose staff institutionalized the practice.
Republican Vice President Richard M. Nixon, 47, met Senator John F.