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The friends of Richard Nixon

by George V. Higgins

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Published by Little, Brown in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby George V. Higgins.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE860 .H53
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 295 p. ;
    Number of Pages295
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5196962M
    ISBN 100316360805
    LC Control Number75019269

      A lot of my close friends are writers: Tom McGuane, he’s encouraged me over the years, and any number of journalists have as well. Persuade someone to read “The Fall of Richard Nixon” in .   The book is understated and even-tempered, without the fire of Woodward and Bernstein, Timothy Crouse, Hunter S. Thompson, and other chroniclers of the Nixon era; the calmness is welcome, though, for a narrative that seeks clarity in that time of torment.

    about this item: madison books~nixon library books, hardcover. condition: very good. dust jacket condition: very good. flat signed by anne collins walker on a bookplate from "the gift shop the richard nixon library and birthplace yorba linda, california usa" (centered on the ffe)~an extremely clean and bright copy of this book~a minimal amount of highlighting (8 pages have very brief and. Jackie Gleason, Richard Nixon, and the Florida Aliens. In February President Richard Nixon took a trip to Febru , according to White House Records, the President met on the 18 th green at the Inverness Golf and Country Club with Jackie Gleason. He had come to help to open a charity golf tournament run by Gleason.

      Donald Trump Says He 'Learned A Lot From Richard Nixon' On 'Fox & Friends' The president made his head-turning comment in an interview about the Russia investigation. By Ron Dicker. President Donald Trump said he had quite the teacher for .   8 Revealing Books About Richard Nixon and the Watergate Scandal Trump isn't the first president to stir up a storm of controversy. By Olivia Mason. With various Trump scandals giving the country a case of Watergate déjà vu, parallels are being drawn between our current POTUS and former President Richard Nixon. But whether or not there is any.


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