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Richard Nixon

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Richard Nixon was the 37th president of the United States. He is well known for the escalation of the Vietnam War and the Watergate scandal. He is the only US president to have resigned his office.
Gerald Ford was the Vice President of the United States from  December of 1973 to August of 1974. He was succeeded by Nelson  Rockefeller.
never he is playing for the detriot pistons
Nixon died on April 22 ,1994
He did this because he thought that, as President, he could do whatever he wanted. When he said, "I am not a crook.", I think that he actually believed it.
He defeated George McGovern in 1972. . Richard M. Nixon: Popular vote 41,167,319, Electoral votes 520. . George McGovern: Popular vote 29,168,509, Electoral votes 17.
  Nixon was quietly pro-choice. He avoided addressing the question during his Presidency because he didn't have to. In the 1972 campaign, the Republicans called McGovern the "Acid, Abortion, and Amnesty" candidate, but this was at a time when abortion was still illegal in most of the U.S. Nixon...
  In keeping with his pre-election promise, President Nixon began the first phase of troop withdrawals in 1969.
  Bernard Barker was one of the five men captured at the burglary of the Watergate Hotel. His other four members were Virgilio Gonalez, Eugenio Martinez, Framk Sturgis, and James McCord Jr.
Richard Nixon had a total of three nicknames in his lifetime. His  nicknames were Slick Rick, Red Hunter, and Tricky Dick.
Money that was paid to the "plumbers" was traced to a slush fund linked to the Commitee to RE Elect the President (CREEP).    Subsequent investigations, spurred by ongoing coverage in the Washington Post, to high ranking officials in the Nixon administration.    Finally the revelation of...
Richard Nixon invented the Chinese Compass and the Nixonmobile.
Five men who were key figures in the Watergate scandal and exposure were Richard Nixon, Judge John Sirica, John Mitchell, G. Gordon Libby, and Senator Sam Ervin. Some other names connected in various ways with Watergate are E. Howard Hunt, James McCord, John Dean, Jeb Stuart Macgruder, H. R....
he was a glover and a alderman
Yes. Harold died at age 7 from encephalitis. Arthur died at 23 of  TB. The youngest one,Edward, is still living as of May,2014.
== During the Second World War, he served as a Navy lieutenant commander in the Pacific, before being elected to the Congress. He graduated second in his class from Whittier, showing a penchant for Shakespeare and Latin. He taught Sunday school at East Whittier Friends Church, where he remained a...
Nixon served in the USN during WWII; he was commander in chief during the Vietnam War.
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Lyndon B. Johnson, a Democrat from Texas
idk but i need to find out for a project ======= I was just watching Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and it stated that Nixon once said that if RAP were around when he was younger, he might have chosen to be a musician...So I'd say surprisingly he liked Rap ;)
President Nixon said that turning over the tapes would violate the principle of "executive privilege" which suggests that the discussions and decisions within the executive branch should remain private because of their sensitive nature. However, it was his stated intent to record Oval Office...
No, Richard Gordon Hatcher is still currently alive.
what were his contributions to america
Yes and he was a guy whom should agh I'm not going to say it I'm Buddhist.
At the start of 1961, Richard Nixon was the Vice President toEisenhower. Nixon had just lost the presidential election to JohnF. Kennedy, and so his Vice Presidency ended on January 20 of thatyear.
He passed many laws.
A burglary of the Democratic Party Headquarters occurred in the Watergate Hotel in June of 1972. That was a misdemeanor. Had the guilty party been caught, he would have served a few months in jail. Instead, President Nixon and a group of his advisors tried to hide and then destroy the evidence that...
Andrew Johnson. No US President has ever been kicked out of office. Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton both stood trial for impeachment. Johnson broke the Tenure of Office Act, while Clinton was accused of lying over having an affair. Nixon was never impeached, he would almost certainly have been...
Reasons people believe that Nixon was a bad president: Richard Nixon was a bad president because, by continuing and expanding the US war in Vietnam, he killed thousands of US citizens and thousands of Asians. That makes him a bad man and a war criminal. ----- Richard Nixon was a bad...
"I was born in a house my father built. My birth on the night of January 9, 1913, coincided with a record-breaking cold snap in our town of Yorba Linda, California." The Memoirs of Richard Nixon, volume1, page:3.
He first seemed destined to be one of the greatest Presidents in history. He succeeded in pulling the United States out of the messy and unwinnable war in Vietnam without appearing weak. He successfully dealt with economic troubles and made groundbreaking visits to China and the USSR. In 1972 he won...
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I have looked everywhere and know where does it tell you who infuenced Richard Abegg, Was there anyone??????? Somebody help!!!!!!!!!!
No, the president does not need approval. Look at the constitution article 2, section 2 Clause 2. He shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice...
Richard M. Johnson (9th US Vice President) . Richard Nixon (36th US VIce President) . Richard (Dick) Bruce Cheney (45th US Vice President)
The amount of gold is very small. It is a layer an atom or two thick on aluminum. There is little extra value to these replicas and stamp collectors typically do not want them in their collections.
Nixon would win, he would be faster to dodge attacks on a uni cycle. Your hands are free on a uni cycle while on a pogo stick you need your hands and feet.   NIXON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Gerald R. Ford was the US President after RichardMilhous Nixon. Gerald Ford was the 38th President of the United States from 1974August 9 to 1977 January 20. Vice-president Ford became presidentwhen Nixon resigned.
81 years, 3 months, and 13 days
Dwight Eisenhower's grandson married Nixon's daughter Julie.
He imposed a short-term freeze on wages, prices, and rents.
IncumbentPresident Richard Nixon won reelection in the 1972 presidentialelection defeating George McGovern. In the 1972 presidentialelection Richard Nixon received 520 electoral votes and GeorgeMcGovern received 17 electoral votes. The popular vote totals wereNixon 47,169,911 and McGovern 29,170,383...
He attempted to reform the welfare system to put more responsibility on to the state and local governments.
Richard Nixon was President from 20 January 1969 to 9 August 1974.
conservative middle class whites
i think Nixon supported the Family Assistance Plan
if you are in mrs. spendloves class i also need the answer to the second qustion.
The White House in Washington, D.C. of the official residence of United States Presidents, and their families, during their term of office.
Nixon was not kicked out of office. He resigned. It is verypossible that he would have been impeached because of the Watergatescandal. Nixon authorized men to break into the DemocraticHeadquarters. A president swears to follow the law, not orderbreaking and entering.
He converted the indoor pool to a press room.
Yes he had four brothers Donald, Edward, Arthur, and Harold. He also had a sister
Cottage cheese with Ketchup.   considered an odd combination by many.
Yes. He is well known for opening up Communist China to the Western world. There are still many people who find him appealing. What his downfall was Watergate (as I'm sure you know). This turned many people against him, however he was liked well enough to be elected a second time. Many people hate...
Richard Boone's mother was Jewish, but he didn't practice any religious faith. He did offer the option of Christianity to his son, Peter.
The nickname "Tricky Dick" was given to Nixon by his opponent Helen Gahagan Douglas during the 1950 race for Senate.
It's a short fiction story (which I'm trying to find online).Looks like there's no full text. If anybody finds it, please let me know at "findme@gmail.com"Thank You!
1) He signed legislation preventing a nationwide railroad strike. 2) He called top Black officials to Washington to reassure them of his policies on race.
Yes Richard Nixon was the first president to speak to the American astronauts on the moon, he spoke on the phone from the Oval room at the white house.
The Watergate scandal was a political scandal in the United States in the 1970s, resulting from the break-in into the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate office complex in Washington, D.C. Effects of the scandal ultimately led to the resignation of the United States President...
  it would have ended soon just not the way we planned. It probably would have been a disaster but who really knows the answer to that queston? It isn't something we always think about or ask ourselves.
High School : Fullerton High School, Fullerton,CA (two years) and Whittier High School ( graduated 1930) College: Whittier College, Whittier, CA (graduated1934) Law School : LLB, Duke University (graduated1937)
No, he resigned from office in 1974 amidst the Watergate scandal.
Jimmy Carter succeeded Ford and preceded RonaldReagan.
Despite all the evidence against him, Richard Nixon was never impeached. He resigned on August 9th, 1974 before the proceedings started. His successor, Gerald Ford, then pardoned him from all crimes he "committed or may have committed or taken part in" as President.
Richard Nixon was the Vice President of the United States. He would later become the President of the United States.
Yes, it is southwest of New York and northeast Philadelphia.
Nixon and Brezhnev reached an agreement on nuclear issues. They  agreed to put limits on nuclear defense and also to reduce it.
Richard Nixon, the then Vice President won the Republicannomination.
Richard Nixon died on April 22, 1994 at the age of 81.
He had an agenda. And he carried it out. Those visits were to ensure Red China and the USSR "didn't panic" when Tricky Dick (his nickname back in those days) blasted Hanoi with B52s during operations Linebacker and Linebacker II. These two bombing campaigns were a prelude to his withdrawal moves.
Mayor Richard M. Daley's dad was Mayor Richard J. Daley. See related links for more details.