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    defending the United States. But there is one president who is considered one of the most controversial presidents, he was Richard Nixon, the 37th president of the United States and he was anti-communist; Richard Nixon was born on January 9, 1913 in Yorba Linda, California. He had other four brothers, of whom, he was the second. His parents were Francis and Hannah Nixon. When Nixon graduated from High School, he went to Whittier College, in Whittier, California. After finishing college, he decided to

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    Richard M. Nixon Nixon was a brilliant student and though he had hardships growing up, he was very dedicated in what he did and had a bright future. At the age of 17, Nixon first attended Whittier College in September 1930. He especially enjoyed his student government classes and was even elected student class president, which led to his interest to get involved with politics. After graduating school, Nixon enrolled into the navy. He served in a naval air transport and was promoted to lieutenant

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    Richard Nixon Born in 1913 in Yorba Linda, California, Richard Milhouse Nixon was raised in a Quaker home with his four brothers, mother and father. His family led a docile life by abstaining from all dancing, swearing, drinking and other common Quaker practices (Barron 12). Financially, the family struggled and he could not afford to attend Harvard University even with a full-ride scholarship. Instead, Nixon enrolled at Whittier College, a popular Quaker college close to home (Barron 39). Nixon

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    Richard Nixon History will inevitably forgive Richard Nixon. Despite his obvious unlawful mistakes, he made a good president. Until 1968, most Americans saw Richard Nixon as a political has-been, a dour pre-McCarthy hunter of Communists. In 1968, however, Nixon won the Presidency by presenting himself as a healer of divisions. He demonstrated that he had greater ability to reinvent himself than any other modern politician. More than any other figure between the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt

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    of 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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    comfortable at all. He and his family moved to Whittier, California, where his families settled in for long time after his ranch failed. His families opened a grocery store and a gas station where his whole family worked to maintain their lives. Nixon taught himself to read before he entered to elementary school. He got accepted from Harvard with some scholarship; however, he was forced by his parents to stay because of financial difficulties. Rather than moving to the Eastern parts, he went to

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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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    Paper Thomas March 6, 2014 The Corruption of Richard Nixon: Quaker Boy to Resigned President Richard Nixon, the 37th president of the United States, was raised in a farmhouse in Yorba Linda, California. Born January 9th, 1913. He was raised in a Quaker family that ran a lemon farm. After moving to Whittier, Nixon attended Whittier High School, and showed himself to be an excellent student. He excelled in history and civics. After completing high school Nixon was offered opportunities to apply for scholarships

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    Richard Milhouse Nixon

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    Richard Milhouse Nixon Richard Milhous Nixon was born to Frank and Hannah Nixon on January 9, 1913. He was the second eldest son of five sons and was born and raised in Yorba Linda, California. His father worked as a jack of all trades until buying a family operated store where Richard worked as a child. Hannah Nixon taught Richard to read young, and by age five he was solidly progressing in the three R's. Throughout school Richard was always among the top of his class and upon graduation

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    Richard Milhous Nixon was a man of many contradictions. Nixon labeled himself an “introvert in an extrovert’s profession.” Full of insecurity, Nixon virtually had no one in his life that he trusted and as a result became extremely paranoid of those around him. Nevertheless, Nixon achieved the central role in American Politics and became the face of the country as the 37th President of the United States and also became the only president to ever resign from office. Generally Richard Nixon’s name

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