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Lord Black has nailed it again! This 1,200 page time has it all, and his is a fair portrayal of America's most hated, er, that would now bevthe second most despised president. Read morePublished 5 months ago by xman12stlouis
A surprisingly good book about a complex man. Love him or hate him, you'll get the full story here.Published 6 months ago by KAV
A book that should be required ready for our younger generation.
Very well written and easy to understand and learn from.
I was a teenager when Nixon was president. I think he was a great president. He ended the Vietnam war, opened the door to China, and helped us win the cold war. Read morePublished 14 months ago by William A Catlett
The author takes a very apologetic view of Richard Nixon, ignoring aspects that have been public confirmed in Nixon's own words. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jason Bowsza
Although I lived through the Nixon years, I certainly learned a great deal from this book. The author gave me insight into this complex man who did many good things for his... Read morePublished 16 months ago by phyllis maywhort
Although a long read, Conrad Black's "Richard M. Nixon: A Life in Full" is probably one of the most objective biographies to be found on this complex and controversial... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Hector
I am a Nixon admirer but I also recognize his weaknesses. This author downplays the significance of Watergate and reinterprets the tape recorded conversations to suggest that... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Curt Schroder
I think the author is a Nixon sympathizer. I admit I see Nixon in a different light than I did in the '60's and '70's. I was a Nixon detractor.
That said, Mr. Read more