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Richard Nixon

Richard Nixon

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  1. The cussing and ethnic slurs of President Richard Nixon’s secret White House tapes forced a resignation and have provided often-appalling material for history over 40 years. Historians Douglas Brinkley ... FULL ARTICLE AT Seattle Post Intelligencer

  2. Nixon: Gay people are 'born that way'

    President Richard Nixon deemed himself the most understanding person in his administration when it came to homosexuality but wasn't ready to make it national policy, newly released White House ... FULL ARTICLE AT New York Daily News

  1. Of the believable things that have occurred on this floating rock, that Richard Nixon would be sitting in a room with Henry Kissinger , Bob Haldeman , and John Ehrlichman , and somehow ... FULL ARTICLE AT Mediaite

  2. Nixon on White House tapes: Gays born that way

    President Richard Nixon patted himself on the back as his administration’s “most tolerant person” when it came to gay rights — but also feared that being too tolerant could mean ... FULL ARTICLE AT New York Post

  3. Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young captured on 'CSNY 1974'

    Call it the summer of cynicism. In the warm months of 1974, Richard Nixon faced impeachment, the loathed Vietnam War wheezed into its final year, and “apathetic” became the media ... FULL ARTICLE AT New York Daily News

  1. Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young captured on 'CSNY 1974'

    Call it the summer of cynicism. In the warm months of 1974, Richard Nixon faced impeachment, the loathed Vietnam War wheezed into its final year, and “apathetic” became the media ... FULL ARTICLE AT New York Daily News

  2. Bowlmor Lanes in Greenwich Village has attracted notables including Lily Tomlin, Leonardo DiCaprio and Richard Nixon FULL ARTICLE AT CBS News

  3. Republicans Pick Cleveland For 2016 Convention

    I'm guessing that the RNC holding the Republican National Convention in Cleveland isn't going to change any minds. But at least they can drink beer and see the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Crooks and Liars

  4. Bowlmor Lanes closes after 76-year run in Union Square

    Bowlmor Lanes, New York's oldest bowling center, closed for good Monday night — ending a 76-year run that included countless birthday parties and dates, plenty of “Disco Bowling” and even ... FULL ARTICLE AT New York Daily News

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Richard Milhous Nixon (January 9, 1913 – April 22, 1994) was the 37th President of the United States from 1969–1974 and was also the 36th Vice President of the United States (1953–1961). Nixon was the only President to resign the office and also the only person to be elected twice to both the Presidency and the Vice Presidency. Nixon was born in Yorba Linda, California. After completing his... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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