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RICHARD NIXON (1913-1994)
RICHARD NIXON (1913-1994) 
37th US President

Nixon ended American involvement in the Viet Nam War, improved relations with the Soviet Union, and opened US relations with the Peoples' Republic of China, before being driven from office in the wake of Watergate. Nice copy with dust jacket of Nixon's book Six Crises, (Doubleday & Company: Garden City, NY, 1962). This book, written in the wake of his loss to John F Kennedy in the 1960 Presidential Election, covers the Hiss case, his televised funding speech (the so-called "Checkers" speech in 1952), Eisenhower's heart attack, the trip to Caracas, the famous "Kitchen Debate" with Khrushchev, and the 1960 campaign. Boldly signed on the title page, "Richard Nixon." $450.00


RICHARD NIXON (1913-1994)
RICHARD NIXON (1913-1994) 
37th US President

Nixon ended American involvement in the Viet Nam War, improved relations with the Soviet Union, and opened US relations with the Peoples' Republic of China, before being driven from office in the wake of Watergate. United States Senate Chamber pass granting access to the "Vice-President's Row" in April, 1954, while Nixon was serving as Eisenhower's VP. Boldly signed "Richard Nixon." A great early Nixon item. $275.00


RICHARD NIXON (1913-1994)
RICHARD NIXON (1913-1994) 
37th US President

Nixon ended American involvement in the Viet Nam War, improved relations with the Soviet Union, and opened US relations with the Peoples' Republic of China, before being driven from office in the wake of Watergate. Interesting three-paragraph typed commentary on "Layman's Sunday," with Nixon discussing the importance of spirituality and getting involved. Dated "Layman's Sunday" 1972, and signed "Richard Nixon" as president. On embossed White House stationery. $950.00


RICHARD NIXON (1913-1994)
RICHARD NIXON (1913-1994)  
37th US President

37th US President. Nixon ended American involvement in the Viet Nam War, improved relations with the Soviet Union, and opened US relations with the Peoples' Republic of China, before being driven from office in the wake of Watergate. Typed letter on Nixon's personal stationery dated January 8, 1968, declining to visit Cook County, Illinois, for a political event. Considering the confusion surrounding the 2000 Presidential election, it is interesting to note that Cook County was the spot where Nixon lost his extremely close contest to John F. Kennedy in 1960 under circumstances very similar to those in Florida 2000! Strong signature "Dick Nixon." $500.00


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