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Student Strike Of 1970 - Nixon Administration Reaction
... many Americans, particularly within the administration of President Richard Nixon, that the nation was on the verge of insurrection ... Ray Price, Nixon's chief speechwriter from 1969–74, recalled the Washington demonstrations saying, "The city was an armed camp ... That's not student protest, that’s civil war." Not only was Nixon taken to Camp David for two days for his own protection, but Charles Colson (Counsel to President Nixon from 1969 to 1973) stated that the ...
John H. Taylor (pastor) - Director of The Nixon Library
... Taylor was appointed Director of the Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace while still working for the former president ... of the growth and expansion of the library, as well as the fostering and preservation of Richard Nixon's presidential legacy ... In 1999, Taylor sought to enhance the former's president's image when he authorized the release of 124 Nixon-era White House tapes regarding the ...
John Kerry Military Service Controversy - Allegations and Evidence - Cambodia Mission
... President, how quickly do we forget? How quickly do we forget? No one wanted to widen the war in Vietnam, We heard that, Let me remind you of what we said during that period ... Finally, President Nixon, 1970 ... President, I remember Christmas of 1968 sitting on a gunboat in Cambodia ...
Peter J. Brennan - Support For President Nixon in 1972
... On May 26, 1970 Brennan led a delegation of 22 union leaders to meet with President Nixon and present him with a hardhat ... Charles Colson was put in charge of developing a strategy to win union support for Nixon in the 1972 Presidential election ... vote can be ours in 1972." This would be a critical blow to the Democratic nominee for President, as labor was normally an essential part of the Democrat ...
Timeline Of United States History (1970–1989) - 1970s
1971 - President Richard Nixon ends the United States Gold standard monetary policy known as the Nixon Shock 1971 - A ban on radio and television cigarette advertisements goes into. 1972 - President Richard Nixon visits China, an important step in formally normalizing relations between the United States and China ... presidential election, 1972 (President Nixon re-elected) 1972 - Apollo 17 flies to the Moon, and becomes the last manned mission there (as of 2011) 1973 - Paris ...

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