Richard Nixon resigned as United States president in 1974, becoming the first president ever to quit the office. Nixon was a lawyer and Republican politician who held the posts of U.S. representative (1947-51), senator (1951-53), vice president (1953-61)...
January 9, 1913 (age
Yorba Linda, California
April 22, 1994
Eisenhower gave Nixon responsibilities during his term as vice ... and worked
energetically to accomplish White House objectives. ... Nixon advised the
President to sign the bill, which he did.
Reconciliation was the first goal set by President Richard M. Nixon. The Nation
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Richard Nixon was the 37th U.S. president and the only commander-in-chief to
resign from ... “Defeat doesn't finish a man, quit does. ... During his first term,
Nixon was assigned to the Select Committee on Foreign Aid and went to ...
politicians, his wife, Pat, did not own a fur coat but only "a respectable
Republican cloth c...
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As President, Nixon was only as conservative as he could be and only as liberal
as he had to be. ... He meant to move the country to the right, and he did.
Richard Nixon - 07/25/1969: Nixon affirms his desire to withdraw U.S. troops f…
.... in the Eisenhower administration to his own pronouncements as President. ....
The voice-activated taping system at Camp David ceases operation, as does the
.... Although he conceded he had made some wrong judgments, he did not admit
During his presidency, Nixon succeeded in ending American fighting in Vietnam,
improving relations with the Soviet Union, and ending America's estrangement ...
He was also the first President to resign the presidency, which he did after the
House ... A brilliant scholar, Dick Nixon graduated second in his class from
Whittier ... where he served as a supply officer in the South Pacific during World