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    Richard M. Nixon

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    Richard M. Nixon Richard Milhous Nixon came from a family with a strong heritage. His father's side of the family were Methodists originally from Scotland. Then, in the early 1600s, they migrated to Ireland, and to America in the 1730s. His grandfather, George Nixon, died in the Battle of Gettysburg during the Civil war. Richard's father, Frank Nixon, was born in Ohio. His mother died when he was only 7, and he left home when he was only 14. He went from town to town doing odd jobs and eventually

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    Richard M. Nixon

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    Early Life Richard Milhous Nixon grew up in Yorba, California the son of Quakers Frank and Hannah Nixon. During Nixon’s childhood in Yorba, the family was always on the edge of poverty. The lemon grove was unfruitful, and there was little money for anything beyond food and clothing for the growing family. The Nixons never ate in a restaurant or took even a brief vacation. Nixon’s early life was one of boyish stubbornness. He swam in the dangerous Anaheim Canal in spite of repeated warnings from his

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    Richard M. Nixon

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    Richard M. Nixon the 37th president of the United States of America. He was a tricky, sneaky president that did many good and bad things to out country. He should be remembered for many things. To most people he is just a crook who lies, but even though at times he was not someone who we would want representing our country, he was a good president. During his presidency he made some very good accomplishments. He was very poor growing up. He lived in a very strict Quaker family. He was a very good

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    our 36th president, Richard M. Nixon, whom was in office during 1969 to 1974 left a legacy that was mixed for the good and bad. Known as one of America’s most corrupt presidents and only remembered for one his greatest scandal, the Watergate Scandal. Nixon had numerous accomplishments, particularly in foreign affairs. His tactful solid vicious campaign made many believed Nixon to be an intelligent individual, which he was. “During his nearly six years in office, Nixon made improvements overtures

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    An often media scrutinized and citizen adored President, Richard M. Nixon was a liberal Republican that led his political career in a manner that not only caused great controversy during his time, but has also set limitations for contemporary Presidencies due to his over-zealous attempt of executive supremacy. While considered to be relaxed and humorous as an individual, politically he was considered an unstoppable and evil deviant to the political process. His stubborn attitude and relentless political

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    The United States of America vs. Richard M. Nixon Issue In this case, the court is asked to decide if the president had knowledgeinvolvement in the Watergate robberies and if he had the right to invoke Executive Privilege. Facts During the campaign of President Nixon's second term, a group of burglars working for the committee to re-elect the President broke into the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate office- apartment complex in Washington DC, apparently in search

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    Some have wondered if Senator Richard Nixon lied to and manipulated the people when he spoke to regain his own integrity. This is a subject that many have questioned about the past politicians. The text,"Checkers" was delivered by Senator Richard M. Nixon in 1952. The text was published by AmericanRhetoric.com. Senator Nixon wrote this text for the American people to presuade them to believe he is an honest man. When Senator Nixon was accused of taking $18,000 from his supporters illegally; he spoke

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    Watergate Chronology

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    January 20,1969 Richard M. Nixon elected the thirty-seventh president of the United States 1969 Ehrlichman suggests to Caulfield that he leave the White House and set up a private security business that would provide security to the 1972 Nixon campaign. This project, Sandwedge, would be similar to the Kennedy security firm, Intertel. June 5, 1970 With the goal of increasing cooperation between various intelligence agencies within the government, a meeting was called in the Oval Office. Those in Attendance:

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    Pie in the Sky

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    perhaps the scariest was Brigid Berlin, a chubby, motormouthed rebel from an upper-crust New York City family who relished the way her "underground" celebrity embarrassed her proper conservative parents. Her father, Richard Berlin, a friend of Richard M. Nixon and an admirer of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, ran the Hearst Corporation, which he had helped save from bankruptcy in the 40's. Her mother, Honey, was an elegant, ladies-who-lunch-style socialite of the old school. Ms. Berlin was one of Warhol's

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    1956 Kennedy almost gained the Democratic nomination for Vice President, and four years later was a first-ballot nominee for President. Millions watched his four television debates with the Republican candidate and current Vice President, Richard M. Nixon. Winning by a narrow margin in the popular vote, Kennedy became the first Roman Catholic President. His Inaugural address offered the memorable injunction: "Ask not what your country can do for you--ask what you can do for your country." As President

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