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Richard Milhous Nixon: the rise of an American politician

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Richard Milhous Nixon: the rise of an American politician
Title
Richard Milhous Nixon: the rise of an American politician
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A biography of the thirty-seventh President of the United States
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UkLiU
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1938-
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Morris, Roger
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Presidents
  • California
  • United States
  • Nixon, Richard M.
  • Nixon, Richard M.
Label
Richard Milhous Nixon: the rise of an American politician
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 869-969)
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. Origins -- Families, 1878-1912: "The Milhouses thought highly of the Milhouses" -- Yorba Linda, 1913-22: "The sun came up there as ... it always should" -- East Whittier, 1922-26: "We can make our lives sublime" -- Intervals -- Fullerton, Prescott, Whittier Union, 1926-30: "We all grew up rather fast" -- II. Strivings -- Whittier College, 1930-34: "You get there ... fast, if you can" -- Duke Law, 1934-37: "As if he might be knocked down" -- Return to Whittier -- law and politics, 1937-41: "I believe ... I've convinced myself that it is right" -- Patricia Ryan, 1912-40: "I suppose I accommodated to others" -- Marriage and war, 1949-44: "You'll always have to love me lots" -- III. Congress and the Hiss case -- Running for COngress, July 1944-June 1946: "If you fellows ... think you can put on a campaign" -- First victory, June-November 1946: "Sometimes you have to do this to be a candidate" -- The House, 1947-48: "A completely political man" -- The Case I, August 1948: "Concealed enemy" -- The Case II, September-December 1948: "I think this is what you're looking for" -- The Case III, 1949: "perfidy and terror are the works of the age" -- IV. Senate race -- Maneuvers, November 1948-December 1949: "When you star is up" -- Primaries, January-June 1950: "Slap her around a bit" -- General election, June-December 1950: "Rough on rats" -- V. Running mate -- The Senate, 1951-52: "A few friends ... of considerable value" -- Positioning, May 1951-June 1952: "By proper manipulation" -- Convention, July 1952: "You wouldn't be anybody if it wasn't for us" -- Campaign interval, July-September 1952: "The greatest moment in history" -- Campaign in crisis I, September 18-21, 1952: "We ought to put Nixon on TV" -- Campaign in crisis II, September 22-24, 1952: "Checkers" -- Aftermath: September 1952-January 1953: "The most important thing in this life."
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xiv, 1005 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9780805018349
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Richard Milhous Nixon: the rise of an American politician
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 869-969)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
I. Origins -- Families, 1878-1912: "The Milhouses thought highly of the Milhouses" -- Yorba Linda, 1913-22: "The sun came up there as ... it always should" -- East Whittier, 1922-26: "We can make our lives sublime" -- Intervals -- Fullerton, Prescott, Whittier Union, 1926-30: "We all grew up rather fast" -- II. Strivings -- Whittier College, 1930-34: "You get there ... fast, if you can" -- Duke Law, 1934-37: "As if he might be knocked down" -- Return to Whittier -- law and politics, 1937-41: "I believe ... I've convinced myself that it is right" -- Patricia Ryan, 1912-40: "I suppose I accommodated to others" -- Marriage and war, 1949-44: "You'll always have to love me lots" -- III. Congress and the Hiss case -- Running for COngress, July 1944-June 1946: "If you fellows ... think you can put on a campaign" -- First victory, June-November 1946: "Sometimes you have to do this to be a candidate" -- The House, 1947-48: "A completely political man" -- The Case I, August 1948: "Concealed enemy" -- The Case II, September-December 1948: "I think this is what you're looking for" -- The Case III, 1949: "perfidy and terror are the works of the age" -- IV. Senate race -- Maneuvers, November 1948-December 1949: "When you star is up" -- Primaries, January-June 1950: "Slap her around a bit" -- General election, June-December 1950: "Rough on rats" -- V. Running mate -- The Senate, 1951-52: "A few friends ... of considerable value" -- Positioning, May 1951-June 1952: "By proper manipulation" -- Convention, July 1952: "You wouldn't be anybody if it wasn't for us" -- Campaign interval, July-September 1952: "The greatest moment in history" -- Campaign in crisis I, September 18-21, 1952: "We ought to put Nixon on TV" -- Campaign in crisis II, September 22-24, 1952: "Checkers" -- Aftermath: September 1952-January 1953: "The most important thing in this life."
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xiv, 1005 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9780805018349
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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