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...1953, the Korean War armistice was signed at Panmunjom, ending three years of fighting.In 1960, Vice President Richard M. Nixon was nominated for president on the first ballot at the Republican national convention in Chicago.In 1967, President...

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Hate begets hate

I recently encountered a quote attributed to Richard M. Nixon that strikes me as surprisingly true: "Those who hate you don't win unless you hate them back; and then you destroy yourself...

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Opinion
Nixon's 1960 cave-in is a myth

...people are calling on Al Gore to act like a "mensch" and concede the election to George W. Bush as they contend Richard M. Nixon did in 1960 when he lost to John F. Kennedy amid rumors of fraud. Even the veteran New York Times reporter R...

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This Day in History

...wolves being hunted for bounty. In 1970, Walter J. Hickel was fired from his job as Secretary of the Interior by Richard M. Nixon. He was appointed to the post in January 1969. In 1974, a recount was begun of the 90,000 votes cast for governor...

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This Day in History

...wolves being hunted for bounty. In 1970, Walter J. Hickel was fired from his job as Secretary of the Interior by Richard M. Nixon. He was appointed to the post in January 1969. In 1974, a recount was begun of 90,000 votes cast for governor...

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This Day in History

...wolves being hunted for bounty. In 1970, Walter J. Hickel was fired from his job as secretary of the Interior by Richard M. Nixon. He was appointed to the post in January, 1969. In 1974, a recount was begun of the 90,000 votes cast for governor...

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This Day in History

...six convicted Nazi saboteurs who had landed in the United States were executed in Washington, D.C. In 1968, Richard M. Nixon was nominated for president at the Republican national convention in Miami Beach, Fla. In 1974, President Nixon...

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This Day in History

...Hawaii as a naval base. In 1953, Dwight D. Eisenhower took the oath of office as president of the United States. Richard M. Nixon was sworn in as vice president. In 1986, the United States observed the first federal holiday in honor of slain...

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This Day in History

...expedition returned to St. Louis from the Pacific Northwest. In 1952, Republican vice-presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon went on television to deliver what came to be known as the "Checkers" speech, as he refuted allegations of improper...

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This Day in History

...showing wolves being hunted for bounty. In 1970, Secretary of the Interior Walter Hickel was fired from his job by Richard M. Nixon. He was appointed to the post in January 1969. In 1974, a recount began for 90,000 votes cast for governor...

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