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Nixon

Richard M(ilhous). 1913--94, US Republican politician; 37th president from 1969 until he resigned over the Watergate scandal in 1974
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The Richard Nixon library and museum at his birthplace in Yorba Linda, California, pays homage to him as well as to a great Pakistani statesman, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, one of 13 libraries in the Presidential Library system administered by the National Archives, invited independent historians to review and authenticate the historical accuracy of our permanent exhibit redesign," said Michael Ellzey, Director of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum.
Q: Do you approve or disapprove of the way Richard Nixon is handling his job as president?
While 22 percent voted to forgive Lance Armstrong, former President Richard Nixon followed with 12 percent, with only 3 percent voting to forgive Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff, who is currently serving a 150-year prison term.
Home from the war in 1946, Richard Nixon was elected to the 80th Congress and swiftly became its most famous member.
However, as we look back after four decades, it's time to recognize a Richard Nixon that too many people overlook: a strange, awkward, self-hating man who transformed America--and the world--in ways that only the greatest leaders could dream of.
David Frost and Richard Nixon before their marathon interview
The latest 'Live in HD' event was an American biggie about the visit of President Richard Nixon to China in 1972.
Sure, there are good reasons to pair the Jew hating Richard Nixon with the Jew hating, but self-loving Henry Kissinger.
FORMER US president Richard Nixon was recorded spouting racist insults at aides 16 months before he resigned in 1974.
president to have resigned from office rather than be impeached, Richard Nixon occupies a special place in American politics and memory.
IN AUGUST 1974, President Richard Nixon was forced out of office, engulfed by the Watergate scandal.