The road to respectability

Roberts, Steven V.; Trimble, Jeff
May 1994
U.S. News & World Report;5/2/94, Vol. 116 Issue 17, p34
Reports that after Richard Nixon resigned from the presidency in 1974, he made a very calculated, and very successful effort to rehabilitate his life and reputation. How Nixon's influence grew under President Bill Clinton; His resiliency; Foreign policy which was usually his focal point; His efforts to persuade Bush administration to support Russian President Boris Yeltsin; Nixon's trip to Russia; Reconciliation with so-called emenies including George McGovern.


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