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Zuma's unexpected trip to Russia amid scandals

It worked for Richard Nixon. In February 1972, the United States's then-president made history and changed the course of world events with a single visit to China. It began the first official relationship between the two states after a 25-year ...
 Mail & Guardian Online4 days ago Game of the week  NCAA sports5 days ago Test your Watergate knowledge before CJN's 50th gala Sept. 14  Big News Network5 days ago China Correctly Identifies Nixon as America's Greatest President  Slate Magazine3 weeks ago

Letters: He can cover, but he can't cover up

Apparently, Josh Shaw has not learned the lessons of history from Richard Nixon, Pete Rose, Lance Armstrong, Bernie Madoff, and baseball players from the steroid era. Mr. Shaw, a strategy for concealing wrongful conduct by orchestrating a deliberate ...
 Los Angeles Times3 days ago Learning from Richard Nixon  Big News Network3 weeks ago Marcus: Learning from Richard Nixon  Washington Post1 month ago

Writer George Mortimore was early proponent of native rights

A newspaperman through most of the last century could have done worse than to pitch questions to Richard Nixon, Tim Horton and the Three Stooges. That last one did not diminish the seriousness with which George E. Mortimore took his craft. He was ...
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UPDATE: Let's hope Yellen can avoid the Great Inflation of the 2010s

By Howard Gold, MarketWatch This month marked the 40th anniversary of the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon. Two new books revealed fresh transcripts from the archive of audio tapes that the paranoid president made on his secret recording ...
 TD Ameritrade4 days ago Howard Gold's No-Nonsense Investing: Let's hope Yellen can avoid the Great Inflation of the 2010s  Austin American Statesman4 days ago

[Robert J. Fouser] Time for presidential leadership

, President Richard Nixon and four Secret Service agents quietly left the White House and drove to the Lincoln Memorial, where about 300,000 anti-Vietnam War protesters were camped out. Nixon talked with the student leaders for 45 minutes before ...
 Korea Herald6 days ago Stop Pretending Nothing Happens in August  Time1 week ago Newly revealed records confirm Nixon deliberately extended Vietnam War in order to become president  Sott.net2 weeks ago Why Buchanan is wrong about Nixon  WorldNetDaily2 weeks ago
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Argentina's Use and Abuse of Keynes

BUENOS AIRES We are all Keynesians now, Republican US President Richard Nixon famously said in 1971. Today, Axel Kicillof, Argentina's Peronist economy minister, is echoing this sentiment. Is he right? Kicillof has gained international ...
 Project Syndicate1 day ago We have reached a low point when innuendo trumps facts  New Zealand Herald6 days ago Another Crisis of Confidence in the Dollar is Coming  Big News Network2 weeks ago The Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library Is Bizarre And Engrossing  Business Insider3 weeks ago

"Defense" paints damning portrait of Nixon

The Nixon Defense: What He Knew and When He Knew It — by John W. Dean (Viking) President Richard Nixon's decision to install a secret recording system — and then to retain the tapes — perhaps ranks as the most consequential self-inflicted ...
 Denver Post3 weeks ago John Dean takes a fresh look at Watergate in Nixon Defense  Business Mirror5 days ago BOOK REVIEW: 'The Nixon Defense'  Washington Times5 days ago
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Speediest and slowest states: Where does yours rank?

Illustration: Paul Dolan | MORE AT CARS.COM This year marks four decades since President Richard M. Nixon signed into law a mandate that set the maximum national speed limit at 55 mph, helping to fend off an oil crisis, diminishing ...
 Yahoo! Autos5 days ago Fastest, slowest states: Where your state ranks  USA Today1 week ago Fastest and slowest states: Where does your state rank?  ACQ Magazine1 week ago The Hard Hand of the Middle East  RealClearWorld1 week ago

SK chairman's daughter applies to serve as Navy officer

Former U.S. Presidents John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and George W. Bush all served as Navy officers. Except the 40th President Ronald Reagan, all U.S. presidents from the 35th to the 41st were monopolized ...
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