President Nixon


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n President Nixon vice president under Eisenhower and 37th President of the United States; resigned after the Watergate scandal in 1974 (1913-1994)
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In literature:

The Governor from Georgia defeated Gerald Ford, who had become President on August 9, 1974, upon the resignation of President Nixon.
"United States Presidents' Inaugural Speeches" by Various

In news:

It ended with the resignation of Richard Nixon from the Presidency of the United States.
President Obama seems more and more like Richard Nixon, lost in the trappings of his high office.
Sun Myung Moon shakes hands with President Richard M Nixon more.
A federal judge has ordered the government to unseal grand jury transcripts of testimony by former President Richard Nixon about the Watergate scandal.
But, if he were to become president, could he more closely resemble Richard Nixon.
On July 18, 1969, President Nixon's speechwriter Bill Safire drafted a statement — a just-in-case statement.
Those words have affected countless sports programs and athletes in the 40 years since President Nixon gave them his signature.
W ith the centennial of Richard Nixon's birth coming up in 2013, it is fitting that a reevaluation of the most reviled Republican president of the 20th century is under way.
Vowing to curb the authority and the budget of the Environmental Protection Agency, congressional Republicans are attacking the agency to a degree not seen since President Richard Nixon created it 40 years ago.
In 1973, President Richard Nixon gave a speech launching the most ambitious and important public goal in modern U.
Early in his service as President Nixon's national security adviser, Henry Kissinger paid a visit to his homeland.
Watergate involved a break-in at the Democrat's office in the Watergate building complex during the Nixon presidency.
President Nixon invoked executive privilege.
Nixon appoints Linn County presiding commissioner.
In the summer of 1959, then-Vice President Richard Nixon flew to Moscow to speak at the opening of the American National Exhibition.

In science:

One prominent example in politics occurred in 1971 when President Nixon signed the 26th amendment into the Constitution of the United States, lowering the legal voting age from 21 to 18, and thus adding a set of voters to the election.
The Complexity of Manipulating $k$-Approval Elections