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Throughout his career, Richard Nixon made extensive notes about his ideas, conversations, activities, and meetings. During his presidency, from November 1971 until April 1973, and again in June and July 1974, he kept an almost daily diary of reflections, analyses, and perceptions. These notes and diary dictations, which are quoted throughout this book, provide a unique insight into the complexities of the modern presidency and the great issues of American policy and politics.
This memoir really changed my opinion of his presidency. You should read it.Published 19 days ago by A. Rosenberger
Excellent book. Gives one an insight into political happenings that you normally would not have access to or know about. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robert F. Snell
This should be a required text book for anyone to understand politics of the Cold War and the 1970s. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Colonel Judge USMC
Not gonna lie: this isn't as white-hot a "marriage rejuvenator" as the wife and I hoped for. Still, it got the job done.
Thank you, Mr. President!
Good read but as other reviewers have noted, like the Nixon presidency, the book bogs down in Watergate. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Savvy Engineer
Last summer I embarked on a project to read the best available biography (or multiple biographies) of each American president. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Theda Bara