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  • I looked through 15 histories of the Sixties, with titles like 1968: The Year that Rocked the World, The Global Revolutions of 1968, and 1968: The World Transformed -- and found no references to Greece -- with the exception of the $549,000 secret check to Richard Nixon from the Greek dictators 'intelligence service, passed through Thomas Pappas (in Ric Perlstein's Nixonland, 2008, p. 518).

    Tom Hayden: Greece and the Global Sixties

  • It is easy to see why someone like George W. Bush would carefully laud the life of a man who took from Americans what was so desperately needed; accountability for the crimes of Richard Nixon translates into accountability for him.

    Gerald Ford: The man who gave America the NeoCons

  • Really, does the name Richard Nixon mean anything to you?

    CNN Transcript Mar 3, 2004

  • "You have never heard the name Richard Nixon ... or Eisenhower ...

    Time and Again

  • He spent two years composing it, pairing the big-band music he remembered from his gran dfather's dance hall to suggest the idea of Richard Nixon's imagined Middle America with music that sounded like bad imitations of scores of Russian and French ballets.

    Busting Out of Musical Lockdown

  • In sentiment it recalls Richard Nixon's line after losing the California governor's race in 1962: "You don't have Nixon to kick around anymore."

    Obama’s Big Gamble

  • She was delighted, for instance, in 1950 when her friend Helen Gahagan Douglas dubbed Richard Nixon, her opponent in the U.S. Senate race in California, "tricky Dick."

    Robin Gerber: Hillary's Eleanorean Moments

  • But it reminds me of an expression Richard Nixon used.

    CNN Transcript Aug 25, 2008

  • Then there was a time I personally called Richard Nixon President Reagan.

    CNN Transcript May 6, 2008

  • Yes, Dole was that way, too -- back when he was known as Richard Nixon's "sheriff" in the Senate.

    Last Call


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