The famous meeting between Richard Nixon and Nikita Khrushchev that became known as "The Kitchen Debate," Moscow, July 24, 1959.
I've been doing archival research the last week in the Bob Packwood Papers. The thing about doing archival research is that you never know what weirdness you are going to.
This is the grave of a lovely criminal named John Mitchell. Born in Detroit in 1913, he grew up in Queens, went to Fordham and stayed there for law school,.
Let's learn more about the Last Real Liberal President Unlike Neoliberal Sellout Barack Obama! Richard Nixon was the first U.S. president who made a promise to close the U.S-Mexican border.
That Richard Nixon. What leadership he showed signing environmental legislation that passed the House 421-4 or whatever. That's the sign of a true liberal. America's great environmentalist president! And when.
This is the grave of Richard Nixon. There is no real reason to talk about what a terrible person Richard Nixon was. You already know this. I will say the.
So I'm at the Fighting Inequality conference in DC, which is mostly a labor history conference. I see a paper by a young scholar you many know named Steven Attewell.
Above: The two kindest, gentlest men in American history. What did Richard Nixon think of Hillary Clinton? Well, this is probably about the easiest question in the world to answer..