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Young Nixon

An Oral Inquiry

by Renee Schulte

  • 18 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by California State Univ Fullerton .
Written in English

  • 1913-,
  • United States,
  • 1913-1994,
  • Nixon, Richard M,
  • (Richard Milhous),,
  • Nixon, Richard M.,
  • Presidents

  • The Physical Object
    Number of Pages279
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8359196M
    ISBN 100930046013
    ISBN 109780930046019

      Neil Young ripped into Richard Nixon for his role in the Kent State massacre on CSNY’s protest classic “Ohio,” but a couple years after the .   One of the most credible accounts in Summers’ book comes from John P. Sears, a former Nixon campaign aide. According to Sears, Nixon family lawyer Waller Taylor “told me that Nixon had hit her Author: Becky Little.

      96 p.: 25 cm A comprehensive look at President Richard M. Nixon placed within the historical and cultural events of his day This biography profiles one of the most complex players in twentieth-century U.S. politics, Richard M. Nixon, who willingly broke the rules in the game of politics, resulting in scandal and, ultimately, the downfall and resignation of the Pages: Young Nixon in California and Bill Clinton (–) and wrote his memoirs, or a book of his memories, and other books on international affairs and politics. The Richard M. Nixon Library and Birthplace opened in the early s in Yorba Linda. On Janu , in what would be his last public appearance, ceremonies honoring him on the.

      This poster was one of the Young Voters for Nixon’s most popular successes as it attracted several major press stories, managed an appearance on a top rated television program and found a place in the Smithsonian Institute. Image via the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum. RunningAuthor: Seth Blumenthal. She was a member of The Authors Guild and the Friends of the International Board on Books for Young People, as well as a board member of the Society of Children's Book Writers. Joan Lowery Nixon passed away on J in Houston, Texas at the age of Load More.

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Young Nixon book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Sometimes hilarious Black Comedy satire,based on the Frost-Nixon tapes and eve 5/5. The Young Nixon and His Rivals is Shakespearean in its complex characters and its plot--all the more remarkable in that these protagonists actually existed and the events chronicled in the book actually occurred.5/5(1).

When necessary, he could be quite charming. This book shows that aspect of him. This book compiles interviews conducted by students and professors of California State University for an oral history of Nixon's life.

Here we see the people who knew Nixon as a young man; those who liked, admired, or befriended him, and a few who were less keen on him.4/5(1). David R. Young (born Novem ) is an American lawyer, businessman, and academic. He served as a Special Assistant at the National Security Council in the Nixon administration and an Administrative Assistant to Henry Alma mater: Wheaton College, Illinois.

Richard Nixon opens with young Navy lieutenant "Nick" Nixon returning from the Pacific and setting his cap at Congress, an idealistic dreamer seeking to build a better world. Yet amid the turns of that now legendary campaign, Brilliantly researched, authoritatively crafted by a prize-winning biographer, and lively on the page, this is the /5().

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“John A. Farrell’s Richard Nixon: The Life is an expertly written and strikingly comprehensive portrait of America’s most complicated president.

Farrell has a genius for the telling anecdote and apropos quote. His command of the sources is staggering. Richard Nixon is. As a young man, Nixon was awkward, square, hopeless at making small talk. I could read a whole book of his love letters to Pat, his future wife. They’re endearing and pathetic, the desperate.

Finally elected president inNixon packed his staff with bright young men who devised forward-thinking reforms addressing health care, welfare, civil rights, and protection of the environment.

It was a fine legacy, but Nixon cared little for : Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. The Six Crises which Nixon highlights in his book are The Hiss Case, The Fund, The Heart Attack, Caracas, Khrushchev and the Campaign of The Hiss Case was Nixon's first big step on the national stage, in which his subcommittee of the House Un-American Activities Committee investigated Whittaker Chambers' claim that Alger Hiss had been a 5/5(6).

Nixon therefore stuck to praising the youth who were, in the language of the day, relatively “square” and wanted, as the Nixon messaging stressed, forward-looking but realistic solutions to domestic and international problems.

The Nixon youth effort, Young Voters for the President, can thus be said to have been a positive campaign. Richard Nixon opens with young navy lieutenant "Nick" Nixon returning from the Pacific and setting his cap at Congress, an idealistic dreamer seeking to build a better world.

Yet amid the turns of that now legendary campaign, Nixon's finer attributes quickly gave way to unapologetic ruthlessness. President Nixon Photo & The President Greets Young America Book 12 page booklet that is approximately /2x11 inches and a black & white promo photo.

In mailer. Envelope is torn, and contents are slightly wavy, have some wear and age. All items sold as is, no returns. Please read item listing & title carefully before asking Rating: % positive.

NIXON, Richard Milhous, a Representative and a Senator from California and a Vice President and 37th President of the United States; born in Yorba Linda, Orange County, Calif., January 9, ; attended the public schools; graduated from Whittier (Calif.) College in and Duke University Law School, Durham, N.C., in ; admitted to the bar the same.

The Fall of Richard Nixon allows readers to experience this American epic from the perspective of a journalist on the ground and at the center of it all during this historic time.

Advance praise for The Fall of Richard Nixon “A divided nation. A deeply controversial president. Powerful : Random House Publishing Group. Pilot X is Ambassador of the Alendans, a race with the ability to move through space and time as guardians of the timeline.

Locked in ongoing conflict with the Sensaurians, an organic hive mind that can send messages in thought throughout its own history, and the Progons, a machine race who can communicate backwards in time, Pilot X finally manages to create peace among the.

Joan Lowery Nixon is the only four-time winner of the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Allan Poe Award and a two-time winner of the California Young Reader Medal. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Whether it’s engrossing historical dramas, chilling mysteries, suspense-filled page-turners, or adventure stories, kids, teachers, and librarians love the books of.

'Watergate Girl' Offers An Inside Look At The Investigation Into Nixon In her memoir, Jill Wine-Banks talks about confronting Nixon White House insiders on the witness stand, enduring sexism in.

From the article about the new book: No book about the mob and Nixon could ignore JFK’s assassination and all of the theories that have developed over the decades. Fulsom touches on it throughout, including this stunning line: “Everyone who lived through the JFK assassination knows exactly where he or she was on Novem with one.

John Aloysius Farrell is the author of biographies of House Speaker Thomas “Tip” O’Neill Jr. and attorney Clarence Darrow, as well as a forthcoming book on the life of Richard : John Aloysius Farrell. Seventy-three of the drawings were published in book form, as “Philip Guston’s Poor Richard,” inafter Guston died.

They form a loose narrative that begins with the young Nixon at home.Martha MacCallum, FOX News anchor of “The Story,” will speak about her book “Unkown Valor” at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum on Friday, March 6.

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