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Richard M. Nixon

a.k.a. Richard Milhous Nixon

Author Code: ARMN

Born: Jan. 9, 1913 - Yorba Linda, California, USA

Died: Apr. 22, 1994 - New York City, New York, USA

Nixon attended Whittier College and Duke Law School. When World War II, broke out Nixon enlisted and served in the US Navy. On returning to California after the war, he was elected to the House of Representatives and then the Senate. He was selected by Eisenhower as his running mate in the 1952 election and became Vice President, a job he held for the eight years of Eisenhower's administration. He was defeated by John F. Kennedy in the 1960 presidential election by the narrowest margin in US history. He ran again in 1968 and won decisively, becoming the 37th President. Nixon's administration saw America land the first man on the moon, the initiation of Strategic Arms Limitation, accord with China and the final peace accord with North Vietnam in 1973 which finally brought to a close American involvement in Vietnam; it was also marred by student protests and the death of four students at Kent State University. In June of 1972, a break-in was discovered at the Democrat's National Committee Headquarters in the Watergate building in Washington. Nixon denied any knowledge of the event and was re-elected by a landslide in November of that year. Slowly evidence was brought forward that linked Nixon and his staff to Watergate and he was forced to resign to avoid impeachment. He left office on August 8, 1974 and was succeeded by Vice President Gerald Ford.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
ARMN003 Checkers Speech 1952 8 134k Document Download PDF - 'Checkers Speech' (ARMN003)
ARMN001 Inaugural & Annual Addresses
  First Inaugural Address
  Second Inaugural Address
  Resignation Speech
  State of the Union Address - 1970
  State of the Union Address - 1971
  State of the Union Address - 1972
  State of the Union Address - 1973
  State of the Union Address - 1974
1969-1974 48 372k eBook Download PDF - 'Inaugural & Annual Addresses' (ARMN001) Find a printed copy of Inaugural & Annual Addresses by Richard M. Nixon at AbeBooks
ARMN004 Silent Majority Speech 1969 10 137k Document Download PDF - 'Silent Majority Speech' (ARMN004)
ARMN002 Vietnamization Speech 1969 10 155k Document Download PDF - 'Vietnamization Speech' (ARMN002)
ARMN005 Watergate & Resignation Speeches 1973-1974 24 199k Document Download PDF - 'Watergate & Resignation Speeches' (ARMN005)

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