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Richard M. Nixon

Richard M. NixonAKA Richard Milhous Nixon

Born: 9-Jan-1913
Birthplace: Yorba Linda, CA
Died: 22-Apr-1994
Location of death: New York City
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Buried, Nixon Library, Yorba Linda, CA

Gender: Male
Religion: Quaker
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Head of State
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: 37th US President, 1969-74

Military service: US Navy (1942-46)

"I don't give a shit what happens. I want you all to stonewall it, let them plead the Fifth Amendment, cover up or anything else, if it'll save it, save this plan. That's the whole point. We're going to protect our people if we can."

Father: Francis Anthony Nixon (b. 3-Dec-1878, d. 4-Sep-1956)
Mother: Hannah Milhous (b. 7-Mar-1885, d. 30-Sep-1967)
Brother: Harold Samuel Nixon (b. 1909, d. 1933
Brother: F. Donald Nixon (b. 1914, d. 1987)
Brother: Arthur Burdg Nixon (b. 1918, d. 1925)
Brother: Edward Calvert Nixon (b. 1930)
Wife: Pat Nixon (m. 21-Jun-1940, d. 22-Jun-1993, two daughters)
Daughter: Tricia Nixon (b. 21-Feb-1946)
Daughter: Julie Nixon Eisenhower (b. 5-Jul-1948)

    High School: Fullerton High School, Fullerton, CA (1930)
    University: Whittier College, Whittier, CA (1934)
    Law School: LLB, Duke University (1937)
    Trustee: Whittier College

    US President (1969-74)
    Nixon, Mudge, Rose Guthrie & Alexander Partner (1964-69)
    Mudge, Stern, Baldwin & Todd Counsel (1963-64)
    Adams, Duque & Hazeltine Counsel (1961-63)
    President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports Chairman (1956-61)
    US Vice President (1953-61)
    US Senator, California (1951-53)
    US Congressman, California 12th (1947-51)
    Alfalfa Club 1955
    Bohemian Grove
    Burning Tree Country Club
    Chowder & Marching Society
    Improved Order of Red Men
    National Press Club
    Order of the Coif
    Watergate Scandal
    Alfalfa Party candidate for US President
    Time Person of the Year 1971
    Time Person of the Year 1972
    Grand Marshal of the Tournament of Roses 1953
    Grand Marshal of the Tournament of Roses 1960
    Silver Buffalo 1971
    Tonsillectomy (1935)
    HUAC Hearings
    Visited Disneyland (1959, 16-Aug-1968, Mar-1973)
    Traveled to the USSR 22-Jul-1959
    Funeral: Martin Luther King (1968)
    Wedding: Edward Cox and Tricia Nixon (1971)
    Funeral: Lyndon Johnson (1973)
    Audience with the Pope
    Traveled to the USSR May-1972
    Assassination Attempt 22-Feb-1974
    Traveled to the USSR Jun-1972
    Pardoned by Gerald Ford 8-Sep-1974
    Sued by the ACLU 1973, 1975
    Disbarred New York bar 1976
    Prostate Surgery New York Hospital (Jun-1987)
    Hernia Operation New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center (7-Jul-1988)
    Stroke 18-Apr-1994
    Secret Service Codename Searchlight
    German Ancestry Maternal
    Irish Ancestry Paternal

    Apollo 11 (24-Jan-2019) · Himself
    Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes (9-Sep-2018) · Himself
    Jane Fonda in Five Acts (20-Jan-2018) · Himself
    Won't You Be My Neighbor? (19-Jan-2018) · Himself
    First They Killed My Father (18-Feb-2017) · Himself
    13th (30-Sep-2016) · Himself
    Birth of the Living Dead (18-Oct-2013) · Himself
    War on Whistleblowers: Free Press and the National Security State (19-Apr-2013) · Himself
    Occupy Unmasked (21-Sep-2012) · Himself
    Ethos (10-Feb-2011) · Himself
    Escape from Suburbia: Beyond the American Dream (16-Sep-2007) · Himself
    From the Earth to the Moon (5-Apr-1998) · Himself
    On Company Business (Feb-1980) · Himself

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Richard M. Nixon

Author of books:
The Challenges We Face (1960, politics)
Six Crises (1962, memoir)
The Memoirs of Richard Nixon (1978, memoir)
The Real War (1980, international affairs)
Leaders (1981, biography)
Real Peace: A Strategy for the West (1983, international affairs)
No More Vietnams (1985, international affairs)
1999: Victory Without War (1988, international affairs)
In the Arena: A Memoir of Victory, Defeat, and Renewal (1990, memoir)
Seize the Moment: America's Challenge in a One-Superpower World (1992, international affairs)
Beyond Peace (1994, international affairs)

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