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  • In a bit of small-worldism, Hickey played the first man who slept with Nixon's character, Miranda, on Sex and the City.

    The Big C Comes Out Swinging for Season 2

  • Other than Nixon's mini-superficial attempts, the Democrats have been the sole proponents of affordable, accessible healthcare for the middle-class.

    More work to do on health care

  • Nixon's visit to China is one of the few occasions where a state visit brought about a seminal change in international affairs.

    The China Challenge

  • Nixon's visit to China had opened the door to dealing with these challenges; they are with us still.

    The China Challenge

  • Nixon's visit was followed by comparable visits by the leaders of other Western democracies and Japan.

    The China Challenge

  • He took Nixon's hands in both of his and showered his most benevolent smile on him.

    The China Challenge

  • Though I do not share Jack's Jurassic views on various social issues, and I joke that the crisp $20 bills he bandies about are still being plucked from a brown paper bag dumped on his lawn in the dead of night by Richard Nixon's operatives in 1972, I do share some of his views about sneakers.

    The Fashion Crimes of the Sneaker Set

  • When Nixon's motorcade drove into Beijing, the streets had been cleared of onlookers.

    The China Challenge

  • Roman Hruska defending Nixon's proposed appointment of G.

    Christopher Brauchli: Justice Thomas and Judicial Ethics

  • During the interview, Steinbrenner said that he "would not have allowed the $25,000 corporate contribution" to Nixon's 1972 re-election campaign if he had known it was illegal.

    The Original 'Undercover Boss'

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