Richard M. Nixon
Nixon was the thirty-seventh U.S. president, serving from 1969 to 1974.
Political office: Nixon served in the U.S. House and Senate as a Republican from CA.
Richard M. Nixon personal relations:
Christopher Nixon Cox - grandson
Tricia Nixon Cox - daughter
Dwight D. Eisenhower (deceased) - VP
Julie Nixon Eisenhower - daughter
Edward Nixon - brother
Pat Nixon (deceased) - spouse
Other current Richard M. Nixon relationships:
Frost/Nixon - character
Nixon - central character
Richard M. Nixon past relationships:
1960 Richard Nixon presidential campaign - candidate
1968 Richard Nixon presidential campaign - candidate
1972 Richard M. Nixon presidential campaign - candidate
Robert H. Abplanalp (deceased) - friend
Anne L. Armstrong (deceased) - counselor
Robert F. Bennett (deceased) - congressional liaison
Leonard Bernstein (deceased) - called a 'son of a bitch'
Bohemian Club - honorary member
Patrick J. Buchanan - speechwriter
Burning Tree Club - member
Henry C. Cashen II - deputy counsel
Center for the National Interest - founder
Checkers - pet cocker spaniel
Charles Wendell Colson (deceased) - chief counsel
Committee for the Re-Election of the President - fundraising organization
Monica Crowley - foreign policy assistant
Dwight D. Eisenhower administration - vice president
Leonard Garment (deceased) - friend & law partner
George Gilder - speechwriter
Jamie S. Gorelick - attorney
Alexander M. Haig Jr. (deceased) - chief of staff
Bryce N. Harlow (deceased) - counselor
Patrick J. Hillings (deceased) - confidant
Mildred Hilson (deceased) - played "Happy Birthday" on the piano at her 90th-birthday party
Alger Hiss (deceased) - received national attention for his role in questioning Hiss
Swifty Lazar (deceased) - agent
G. Gordon Liddy - assistant to the president
John McLaughlin (deceased) - speechwriter
Walter C. Minnick - staff assistant
Mission Inn - married here
Terrence O'Donnell - deputy special assistant
Charles Rebozo (deceased) - friend
Richard M. Nixon administration - president
William Safire (deceased) - speechwriter
Diane Sawyer - assisted on memoirs
James D. St. Clair (deceased) - attorney
Ben Stein - speechwriter
H. Guyford Stever (deceased) - chief science adviser
Randal Cornell Teague Sr. - economic policy analyst
Time magazine - 1971 & 1972 person of the year
U.S. Senate - former senators - N - senator
Watergate scandal - led to end of presidency
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Muckety news stories featuring Richard M. Nixon
The Discovery Institute bills itself as a "non-partisan policy and research organization."
September 12, 2013
A large hole in the resume of Cathleen P. Black, whose recent three-month stint as chancellor of New York City public schools was marked by controversy, was that all of her education had been in private schools.
April 19, 2011
Two presidential grandsons are running for office this year.
May 11, 2010
Why was Richard Nixon so obsessed with Leonard Bernstein?
August 14, 2009
Given the plotline of Frost/Nixon, it's not a shock that the former president is connected to the man behind the curtain.
January 14, 2009
Politics, personality and time would have prevented them from ever becoming chums.
May 11, 2008