Richard Nixon (1969-1974)

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POSITIONS:

U.S. House of Representatives (1947-1950)
U.S. Senate (1950-1953)
Vice President (1953-1961)
Candidate for President (1960)
President (1969-1974)

FIRST LADY:

Pat Nixon
Pat Nixon

VICE PRESIDENTS:

Spiro Agnew
Spiro T. Agnew
Gerald R. Ford

OVERVIEW:

Nixon Library
White House
U.S. Senate
Miller Center
American Presidents (C-SPAN)
History Channel
Wikipedia

RESOURCES:

Nixon Presidential Library
Virtual Library (Nixon Library)
Public Papers (American Presidency Project)
Public Papers (National Archives)
Oral Histories (Nixon Library)
White House Recordings (Miller Center)
White House Tapes (Nixon Library)
Nixon Tapes
Transition Oral History (National Archives)
American Experience (PBS)
Speech Archive (Miller Center)
National Archives
Library of Congress
Smithsonian

1960 ELECTION:

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1968 ELECTION:

1969 INAUGURATION:


Address (Transcript, Video, Ceremonies, WP)
Library of Congress (1969)
Joint Congressional Committee (1969)

1972 ELECTION:

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1973 INAUGURATION:

Inaugural Address (Transcript, Video, Ceremonies)
Library of Congress (1973)
Joint Congressional Committee (1973)

WATERGATE:

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Washington Post Coverage
New York Times
Nixon Library Exhibits
Senate Watergate Committee
Woodward and Bernstein Papers (University of Texas)
Federal Bureau of Investigation Files
Ford Presidential Library Exhibit

1974 RESIGNATION:


Media, 8/9/1974 (NYT, WP)

CABINET/ APPOINTMENTS:

Chief of Staff:
H.R. “Bob” Haldeman (1969–1973)
Alexander M. Haig, Jr. (1973–1974)

Press Secretary:
Ronald L. Ziegler (1969–1974)

Secretary of Agriculture:
Earl L. Butz (1971–1976)
Clifford M. Hardin (1969–1971)

Budget Director:
Roy L. Ash (1973–1975)
Casper W. Weinberger (1972–1973)
George P. Shultz (1970–1972)
Robert P. Mayo (1969–1970)

Director of Central Intelligence:
William E. Colby (1973-1976)
James R. Schlesinger (1973)
Richard M. Helms (1966-1973)

Secretary of Commerce:
Frederick B. Dent (1973–1975)
Peter G. Peterson (1972–1973)
Maurice H. Stans (1969–1972)

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff:
George S. Brown (1974-1978)
Thomas H. Moorer (1970-1974)
Earle Wheeler (1964-1970)

Secretary of Defense:
James R. Schlesinger (1973–1975)
Elliot L. Richardson (1973)
Melvin R. Laird (1969–1973)

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator:
Russell E. Train (1973-1977)
William D. Ruckelshaus (1970–1973)

Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Caspar W. Weinberger (1973–1975)
Elliot L. Richardson (1970–1973)
Robert H. Finch (1969–1970)

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
James T. Lynn (1973–1975)
George W. Romney (1969–1973)

Secretary of the Interior:
Rogers C. B. Morton (1971–1975)
Walter J. Hickel (1969–1970)

Attorney General:
William B. Saxbe (1974-1975)
Elliot L. Richardson (1973)
Richard G. Kleindienst (1972–1973)
John N. Mitchell (1969–1972)

Secretary of Labor:
Peter J. Brennan (1973–1975)
James D. Hodgson (1970–1973)
George P. Shultz (1969–1970)

National Security Adviser:
Henry A. Kissinger (1969–1975)

Postmaster General:
Winton M. Blount (1969–1971)

Secretary of State:
Henry A. Kissinger (1973–1974)
William P. Rogers (1969–1973)

Secretary of Transportation:
Claude S. Brinegar (1973–1975)
John A. Volpe (1969–1973)

Secretary of the Treasury:
William E. Simon (1974)
George P. Shultz (1972–1974)
John B. Connally (1971–1972)
David M. Kennedy (1969–1971)

United Nations Ambassador:
John A. Scali (1973-1975)
George H.W. Bush (1971-1973)
Charles W. Yost (1969-1971)

U.S. Trade Representative:
William D. Eberle (1971-1974)
Carl Gilbert (1969-1971)

Chairman of the Federal Reserve:
William M. Martin (1951-1970)
Arthur F. Burns (1970-1978)

Counselors/ Advisors:
Alexander Butterfield
Charles Colson
John W. Dean (1970-1973)
John D. Ehrlichman (1969-1973)
Mark Felt
E. Howard Hunt
Egil Krogh
G. Gordon Liddy
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Gordon C. Strachan
Rose Mary Woods (1969-1974)

SUPREME COURT:

William H. Rehnquist (1972-2005)
Lewis Powell (1971)
Harry Blackmun (1970)
Warren E. Burger (1969-1986)

CONGRESS:

Nixon State of the Union 1.23.16

Speaker of the House:
John W. McCormack (1962-1971)
Carl B. Albert (1971-1977)

Senate Majority Leader:
Mike Mansfield (1961-1977)

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ARTICLES:

Obituaries (WP, NYT, LAT, Hunter Thompson)

 

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