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I finished Richard Nixon’s In the Arena. I have four items. 1. On page 325, Nixon talks about the use of linkage when negotiating with the Soviets: “How we structure and approach talks with Moscow will largely determine our success … Continue reading
In my post today about Richard Nixon’s Leaders , I will discuss things that Richard Nixon says about Chiang Kaishek. Chiang was the leader of mainland China before it became a Communist country under Mao Tse-Tung. Chiang would then go … Continue reading
My latest reading of David Greenberg’s Nixon’s Shadow: The History of an Image was about the New Left’s portrayal of Richard Nixon. Essentially, the New Left regarded Nixon as a conspirator. In reading Greenberg, I could see some of the … Continue reading
For my blog post today on Nixon’s Shadow: The History of an Image, I’d like to highlight something that David Greenberg says on page 44. The context is the aftermath of Richard Nixon’s 1946 run for U.S. Congress, in which … Continue reading
Dean Acheson was President Harry S. Truman’s Secretary of State in the years 1949-1953. He was attacked by elements of the right-wing, which accused him of surrounding himself with Communist spies and of contributing to the fall of China to … Continue reading
For my blog post today on Stephen Ambrose’s Nixon: The Triumph of a Politician, 1962-1972, I’ll use as my starting-point something that Ambrose says on page 140: “Through his life, Nixon revealed what he wanted to reveal, and hid what … Continue reading
I started Richard Nixon’s 1980 book, The Real War. Nixon’s argument in this book is essentially that Communism is expanding throughout the world, and the United States is losing the Cold War. I have a certain degree of nostalgia as … Continue reading
I finished Gary Allen’s 1971 book, Richard Nixon: The Man Behind the Mask. Gary Allen was a member of the right-wing John Birch Society, and he critiqued Richard Nixon from a right-wing perspective. In my latest reading, Allen referred to … Continue reading