Richard Nixon Tapes Released On 40th Anniversary Of Resignation – Hispanicbusiness.com

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Also I thought it would be an admission of guilt, which of course it was,” he said. “And, also, I felt it would set a terribly bad precedent for the future.” The tone of the tapes contrasts with the sometimes adversarial tone of the well-known series of Nixon interviews done in 1977 by British journalist David Frost. Nixon appears relaxed in the tapes. He smiles occasionally, speaks fondly about his two daughters and wife and seems emotional while recalling the final days of his fraught administration, as pressure mounted for his impeachment over a 1972 break-in at Democratic headquarters by burglars tied to the president’s re-election committee who were trying to get dirt on his political adversaries. The decision to release these friendly interviews now, years after the fact, might not be a coincidence, said Luke Nichter, a Nixon expert and professor at Texas A&M University.
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The bus pulls away and in a fog she flashes a toothless grin. We pass the Islamic Center and a super-relaxed dude on the bus looks like Snoop, bopping his head, wearing a shirt that commemorates the 1882 birth of a place called Ontario. A woman gets on with two screaming kids, and into their faces she installs juice boxes.
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In the final segment to be released Saturday, Nixon recalls his last day at the White House. After a fitful night, he awoke at 4 a.m. and went to the kitchen where he was surprised to find a kitchen staffer already there. The staffer told Nixon it was 6 a.m., not two hours earlier – the president’s watch had stopped overnight. “The battery had run out, wore out at 4 o’clock the last day I was in office,” Nixon said ruefully.
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That Time I Took the Bus and Everything Was Great

You can protect children from burns and home fires by never allowing them to start or be alone with an active heat source such as a stove, fireplace or grill. Children should not be permitted to cook, light candles or handle a lighter or matches without adult supervision. Page 2 of 2 – Even if you take extra steps to prevent fire in your home, there is no guarantee it won’t happen. To protect your loved ones from a deadly fire, make sure your home is equipped with working smoke alarms on each floor and outside of every sleeping area. It’s especially important to change the batteries of your alarms twice a year and to test them monthly.
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