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  1. Nov 09, 2009 · Richard Milhous Nixon was born on January 9, 1913, in Yorba Linda, California. He was the second of five sons of Francis Anthony Nixon (1878-1956), who struggled to earn a living running a grocery ...

  2. Nov 21, 2017 · Richard Nixon was the 37th U.S. president and the only commander-in-chief to resign from his position, after the 1970s Watergate scandal. ... Nixon returned to the race eight years later and won ...

  3. www.whitehouse.gov › about-the-white-house › presidentsPresidents | The White House

    Richard M. Nixon The 37th President of the United States Richard M. Nixon Gerald R. Ford The 38th President of the United States Gerald R. Ford James Carter The 39th President of the United States ...

  4. Mar 23, 2016 · One of Richard Nixon's top advisers and a key figure in the Watergate scandal said the war on drugs was created as a political tool to fight blacks and hippies, according to a 22-year-old ...

  5. Oct 07, 2016 · On August 8, 1974, President Richard M. Nixon announced to a national television audience that he was resigning from the office of the presidency. Nixon's resignation came less than a month after the House Judiciary Committee voted for three articles of impeachment relating to Nixon's illegal involvement in the Watergate scandal and his use of ...

  6. The October 20 "Saturday Night Massacre" rapidly became a public relations disaster for Nixon. Shortly after the White House announced the firing and the resignations, NBC News anchor John Chancellor interrupted the network's prime time programming with a dire message: "The country tonight is in the midst of what may be the most serious constitutional crisis in its history."

  7. Nov 13, 2009 · During his presidency, Nixon oversaw some dramatic changes in U.S. Cold War foreign policy, most notably his policy of detente with the Soviet Union and his 1972 visit to communist China. His ...

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