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Daily Archives: November 27, 2013
On page 422 of President Nixon: Alone in the White House, Richard Reeves comments on Richard Nixon’s approach to criticism: “The President’s defensiveness was a personal thing, a measure of his extraordinary introversion. In fact, Richard Nixon was a man … Continue reading