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Richard Nixon
Nixon, Richard M.

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Richard Nixon
speeches, writings, documents
edited and introduced by Rick Perlstein.

Published 2008 by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

From RN : the memoirs of Richard Nixon
Letters (1923 and 1924)
"Our privileges under the Constitution"
From the Frank Gannon interviews
"The Hiss case
a lesson for the American people" (January 26, 1950)
The "pink sheet"
The "Checkers speech" (September 23, 1952)
"When you go out to shoot rats" (March 13, 1954)
The "kitchen debate" (July 24, 1959)
Opening statement, the great debate : Kennedy v. Nixon (September 26, 1960)
"Gentlemen, this is my last press conference" (November 6, 1962)
"The irresponsible tactics of some of the extreme civil rights leaders" (February 12, 1964)
"Appraisal from Manila" (November 4, 1966)
"What has happened to America?" (Reader's digest, October 1967)
"Asia after Viet Nam" (Foreign affairs, October 1967)
"The first civil right of every American is to be free from domestic violence" (Republican National Convention, Miami Beach, August 8, 1968)
"To lower our voices would be a simple thing" (inaugural address, January 20, 1969)
"The present welfare system has to be judged a colossal failure" (August 8, 1969)
"The great silent majority of my fellow Americans" (November 3, 1969)
"The postwar period in international relations has ended" ("state of the world" message
February 18, 1970)
Vietnam statements
Political statements
"Our best days lie ahead" (August 15, 1971)
"One China" (february 24, 1972)
"He can undisappear if we want him to" (June 23, 1972)
"Her name was Tanya" (August 23, 1972)
"There can be no whitewash at the White House" (April 30, 1973)
"I am not a crook" (November 17, 1973)
"I made clear there was to be no coverup" (April 29, 1974)
"My mother was a saint" (August 9, 1974).

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The James Madison Library in American politics
Archives., Sources.


Dewey Decimal Class
Library of Congress
E838.5 .N52 2008

The Physical Object

p. cm.

ID Numbers

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