Breach of faith: the fall of Richard Nixon

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Atheneum Publishers, 1975 - Biography & Autobiography - 373 pages
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Nixon is viewed as a destroyer of an American myth in this account of tactics and motives throughout his political career which led to his resignation from the presidency

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Review: Breach of Faith: The Fall of Richard Nixon

User Review  - Will - Goodreads

This book is a well-written and sympathetic account of Nixon's presidency with a focus on Watergate. However, it is likely Mr. White's weakest book on American politics. His prose is especially purple ... Read full review

Review: Breach of Faith: The Fall of Richard Nixon

User Review  - Stuart Townsend - Goodreads

Simply my favorite book - a delight to read, to think about, to cherish. It is writing at its finest. He tells the story of the fall of Richard Nixon with such eloquence. If I had just one book I was ... Read full review

Contents

LET JUSTICE BE DONE
3
THE POLITICS OF MANIPULATION
36
POOR RICHARD
57
Copyright

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Nixon Reconsidered
Joan Hoff
Limited preview - 1995
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