President Nixon


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Noun1.President Nixon - vice president under Eisenhower and 37th President of the United StatesPresident Nixon - vice president under Eisenhower and 37th President of the United States; resigned after the Watergate scandal in 1974 (1913-1994)
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Clinton, in the video said that he sought guidance in the example of President Nixon, who came to the presidency at a time in our history when Americans were tempted to say, 'We've had enough of the world.
CDATA[ Golda Meiras famous statement to President Nixon that aBy the time you get here, we wonat be herea is as valid today, as it was 40 years ago.
Based on your knowledge of President Nixon, what makes his reaction in this 1973 cartoon particularly funny, or ironic?
Former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft described accompanying President Nixon to China in 1972.
We must take these steps together," President Nixon wrote.
THE United States Supreme Court ordered President Nixon to surrender tape recordings of White House conversations about the Watergate affair this day in 1974.
AMERICAN President Nixon announced his resignation in 1974 in the wake of the Watergate scandal.
Students should understand that obstruction of justice is a crime in itself; President Nixon need not have taken part in the burglary to be guilty of a crime.
A superior Court judge in a history-making act yesterday ordered President Nixon to appear in court to testify at the trial of his former domestic affairs aide, John D Ehrlichman.
The former aide to President Nixon served seven months in prison on obstruction of justice charges related to the Watergate scandal.
I think about what President Nixon said about the silent majority,'' said Cruz, a paralegal for the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office.
1974: The US Supreme Court ordered President Nixon to surrender tape recordings of White House conversations about the Watergate affair.

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