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Nixon and Kissinger: Partners in Power<br /> by Robert Dallek

Nixon and Kissinger: Partners in Power
by Robert Dallek

For a man who once promised the press, way back in 1962, that ‘you won’t have Nixon to kick around any more’, Richard Nixon has turned out to have a remarkably long political afterlife. After a five-and-a- half year presidency, he spent the two decades after his resignation in 1974 patiently building, through books and foreign visits, his reputation as a wise elder statesman.

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