Definition of Richard m. nixon

1. Noun. Vice president under Eisenhower and 37th President of the United States; resigned after the Watergate scandal in 1974 (1913-1994).

Lexicographical Neighbors of Richard M. Nixon

Richard Feynman
Richard Haldane
Richard Henry Lee
Richard Henry Tawney
Richard Hooker
Richard Horatio Edgar Wallace
Richard I
Richard II
Richard III
Richard J. Roberts
Richard John Roberts
Richard Jordan Gatling
Richard Kuhn
Richard Leakey
Richard Lovelace
Richard M. Nixon
Richard Milhous Nixon
Richard Morris Hunt
Richard Neville
Richard Nixon
Richard Phillips Feynman
Richard Rodgers
Richard Roe
Richard Smalley
Richard Snary
Richard Starkey
Richard Strauss
Richard Trevithick
Richard Upjohn
Richard Wagner

Literary usage of Richard m. nixon

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Presidents of the United States of America by Frank Freidel (1994)
"THIRTY-SEVENTH PRESIDENT 1969-1974 RECONCILIATION was the first goal set by President richard m. nixon. The Nation was painfully divided, with turbulence in ..."

2. Apollo's Warriors: United States Air Force Special Operations During the by Michael E. Haas (1998)
"The personal anguish over the POWs was brought home directly and forcefully into the White House in late 1969, when President richard m. nixon held his ..."

3. Turbulent Times by Allan H. Keith (2002)
"I also never voted for richard m. nixon for President. One reason was that Nixon had a rather hawkish image when it came to military intervention overseas. ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"Such action can only be taken by those in power, and power still rests primarily with richard m. nixon. —THOMAS P. SOUTHWICK A junior at Harvard this year, ..."

5. CIA and Vietnam Policymakers: Three Episodes, 1962-1968 by Harold P. Ford (1999)
"—richard m. nixon The United States mission in Saigon is under instructions from Washington to get ... 23 richard m. nixon, "Needed in Vietnam: The Will to ..."

6. National Negotiating Styles edited by Hans Binnendijk (1987)
"... clear preference for National Security Advisor Henry A. Kissinger as the official they hoped President richard m. nixon would send secretly to Beijing. ..."

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