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Nixon Is Gone, but His Media Strategy Lives On - The Atlantic

The Watergate scandal is one of the most notorious White House scandals in US history. Several robbers, connected to President Richard Nixon’s reelection campaign, were caught while attempting to wiretap phones and steal secret documents.

And then there is the Nixon version of the victory sign which is as iconic as Churchill's but has a different connotation for many people...

Frost/Nixon. A history to remember.

And then there is the Nixon version of the victory sign which is as iconic as Churchill's but has a different connotation for many people.

Richard Nixon and 12 Other Celebrity Quakers - Mental Floss

Richard Nixon and 12 Other Celebrity Quakers

We got to go to Warner Robins to see Nixon around stepped over the little rope and got right on the receiving line (I dropped my notepad just as he walked by)

RICHARD M. NIXON 1969-1974

Richard M. Nixon was the President of the United States. President Nixon ended U. troops fighting in Vietnam. He also started worked on making peace but got into a big scandal called the "Watergate scandal" which made him back down

A young Richard Nixon with his violin. Nixon learned to play 5 instruments: violin, clarinet, saxophone, accordion and piano.

Fine Violins for Sale – Italian Violins – Tommaso Balestrieri Violin - Sold

"According to the FBI file on Khrushchev, President Eisenhower wasn't that enthusiastic about engaging with the bombastic Soviet leader. As we can see from an excerpt of the July 20, 1959 FBI memo below (just four days before the Exhibition was to open), Nixon was very much pro-engagement, and wanted to extend an invitation for Khrushchev to come to the United States. Eisenhower, on the other hand, was 'dead opposed.'"

The All-American Expo That Invaded Cold War Russia

Kitchen Debate - Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev and United States Vice President Richard Nixon debate the merits of communism versus capitalism in a model American kitchen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1974: Richard Nixon becomes the first American president to resign

Nixon Resigns

Richard Nixon becomes the first American president to resign the office on August I sat in front of the TV with my cassette (audio) player and recorded this.

1957 Richard and Pat Nixon birthday cake

Vice President Richard Nixon, watches his wife and future First Lady Pat Nixon cut her birthday cake, This was truly a First Lady! She was gracious, kind. First Ladies do not come along like Pat Nixon very often - I'm glad America got to experience her.

Gerald Ford leaves his Alexandria home to go be president the day after he was sworn in. He hadn't even had time to move into the VP's house, vacated by Agnew, before Nixon resigned and Ford found out his next residence would be the White House. A crazy turn of events.

Gerald Ford leaves his Alexandria home to go be president the day after he was sworn in. He hadn't even had time to move into the VP's house, vacated by Agnew, before Nixon resigned & Ford found out his next residence would be the White House.

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