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Fri Mar 21 17:05:06 2014 UTClccn-n790072880.06Richard M. Nixon, 1913 : chronology, documents, bibliographical aids /0.471.00Research interviews,121006242n 79007288241415lccn-n79018757Nixon, Richard M.(Richard Milhous)1913-1994lccn-n50042465Bremer, Howard F.lccn-n79033084United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Appropriationslccn-n78008230United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Foreign Relationslccn-n81038582Council on Environmental Quality (U.S.)lccn-n82217026KTO Presslccn-n79017982United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Ways and Meanslccn-n79056405United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Appropriationslccn-n80126198United StatesDepartment of Statelccn-n79036854United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on the JudiciaryUnited StatesPresident (1969-1974 : Nixon)SourcesChronologyUnited StatesInternational relationsWatergate Affair (1972-1974)Nixon, Richard M.--(Richard Milhous),ImpeachmentsPolitical scienceCopyright, InternationalPeacePublic papers of the Presidents of the United States (United States. President)Political science--SourcesEnvironmental policyPollutionPolitical corruptionEmployeesVietnam War (1961-1975)Separation of powersCivil rightsEducationEducation, HigherVietnam War (1961-1975)--PeaceUnited States.--Congress.--House.--Committee on the JudiciaryInternational financeInternational economic relationsEconomicsMonetary policyForeign trade promotionEconomic assistanceIndustrial hygieneIndustrial safetyPresidentsEconomic assistance, AmericanMiddle EastDiplomatic giftsLand use--PlanningLegislationUnited States.--Subversive Activities Control BoardWashington (D.C.)Watergate Trial (Washington, D.C. : 1973)ResignationNational securityPresidents--StaffVietnamBiological weapons--Government policyDetenteWeapons of mass destruction--Government policySoviet UnionNational parks and reserves--PlanningVisits of stateGermany (West)Germany--Berlin19641966196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811983198419851987198819941996200020012002200320072008200920131249510231216327.73E86011572ocn049293048file0.25NetLibrary, IncThe universal copyright convention95215ocn000309113book19700.59United StatesU.S. foreign policy for the 1970's: the emerging structure of peace : a report to the Congress5256ocn000071886book19700.56United StatesU.S. foreign policy for the 1970's: a new strategy for peace : a report to the Congress5063ocn001551446book19750.06Nixon, Richard MRichard M. Nixon, 1913 : chronology, documents, bibliographical aidsSourcesChronologyA chronology of the life of former president Richard M. Nixon, a compilation of twenty-four of his speeches, and a bibliography of books, articles, and documents by and about him49010ocn001116894book19710.37United StatesPublic papers of the Presidents of the United States: Richard Nixon, containing the public messages, speeches, and statements of the PresidentSources3852ocn003542259book19780.66The Cumulated indexes to the public papers of the presidents of the United States, Richard M. Nixon, 1969-19743616ocn003256269book19730.59United StatesU.S. foreign policy for the 1970's--shaping a durable peace : a report to the Congress, May 3, 19733506ocn000136370book19710.53United StatesUnited States foreign policy for the 1970s; building for peace. A report by President Richard Nixon to the Congress, February 25, 19712603ocn000905210book19740.28Nixon, Richard MThe White House transcripts : submission of recorded Presidential conversations to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of RepresentativesSources1897ocn000144964book19710.76Domestic Council (U.S.)The President's 1971 environmental program1452ocn000095447book19700.70United StatesA call for cooperation1284ocn000340829book19710.79United StatesPresident Nixon's Executive Order 11605 relating to the Subversive Activities Control Board. Hearing, Ninety-second Congress, first session, on S. 2466 ... and S. Res. 163 ... October 5 and 7, 19711261ocn000151932book19710.70United StatesIndochina progress report: an assessment of Vietnamization. Address to the Nation by Richard Nixon, President of the United States, April 7, 19711121ocn052508935book20030.47Foundations of foreign policy 1969-1972+-+27376051653241112ocn000084779book19700.70United StatesEducation for the 1970's: renewal and reform : messages to the Congress982ocn002736188book19730.70The President's 1973 environmental program882ocn000496555book19720.66United StatesThe President's report on occupational safety and health, including reports on occupational safety and health by the United States Department of Labor (page 1) and by the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (page 99)861ocn000062772book19690.70United StatesPeace in Vietnam852ocn000308414book19720.73The President's 1972 environmental program827ocn000111477book19700.53United StatesUnited States foreign policy for the 1970's; a new strategy for peace. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report on foreign relations1621ocn001295233book19740.53United StatesStatement of information background memorandum : White House staff and President Nixon's campaign organizations hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-third Congress, second session, pursuant to H. Res. 803, A resolution authorizing and directing the Committee on the Judiciary to investigate whether sufficient grounds exist for the House of Representatives to exercise its constitutional power to impeach Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States1012ocn051392540book20020.37United StatesForeign assistance, international development, trade policies, 1969-1972Sources+-+2146605165324193ocn042478766visu19830.37Summer of judgment the impeachment hearingsHistoryPresents the events surrounding the Nixon impeachment hearings and Nixon's eventual resignation during the summer of 1974101ocn456575262book20090.59Tucker, Jonathan BPresident Nixon's decision to renounce the U.S. offensive biological weapons programA lesser known but equally dangerous element of the superpower competition involved biological weapons (BW). By the late 1960s, the United States and the Soviet Union had both acquired advanced BW capabilities. The U.S. BW arsenal comprised two types of lethal antipersonnel agents; three types of incapacitating agents; and two types of anticrop weapons. The Army also developed two toxins, highly poisonous chemicals produced by bacteria and other living organisms. According to U.S. military doctrine at the time, the stockpile of lethal biological weapons served as an in-kind deterrent against enemy biological attack and, if deterrence were to fail, provided a retaliatory capability when authorized by the President. Soon after President Richard M. Nixon took office in January 1969, Members of Congress pressured the administration to clarify U.S. policies on the use of chemical and biological weapons (CBW), as there had been no comprehensive review of this issue area in more than 15 years. Nixon announced his new policy on biological warfare at a press conference an the White House on November 25, 1969. "Biological weapons have massive, unpredictable, and potentially uncontrollable consequences," he declared. "They may produce global epidemics and impair the health of future generations." In recognition of these dangers, he continued, the United States had decided to destroy its entire stockpile of biological agents and confine its future biological research program to defensive measures, such as vaccines and field detectors. The monograph is divided into the following segments: The Decision to Launch a Policy Review; The National Security Study Memorandum Process, including Divergent Agency Positions, The Pentagon Divided, External Political Pressures, and The NSC Principals Meeting; The President's Decision; Toxins -- A Major Loose End, including Policy Review on Toxins and The President Decides; and Consequences and Legacy91ocn032222344book19940.84Geipel, Gary LThe Nixon administration and Vietnam : a case study in negotiation and war termination92ocn027231459book19690.47Der Besuch von Präsident Richard M. Nixon = the visit of President Richard M. Nixon72ocn007232429book19790.66Rosenberger, Leif RoderickThe evolution of the Nixon-Kissinger policy toward the Soviet Union : an analysis of the cold war legacy and the ambivalent pursuit of detente61ocn190865114visu20070.27Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library Yorba Linda, CaliforniaPresidential libraries are administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. Presents an overview of the life and career of President Nixon, drawing from the film and sound recordings, letters, documents and artifacts held by the library. Library officials give guided tours of the library and respond to telephone calls and electronic mail. Richard Norton Smith, the series historian and consultant, participates from the studio in Washington, D.C51ocn017654851book19730.53La nueva administración federal : (el proyecto de reforma Nixon)HistorySources51ocn056552317com0.86Presidential recordings programHistory42ocn078494358book19740.32United StatesImpeachment of Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States : report of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Peter W. Rodino, Jr., chairmanIncludes the three formal Articles of Impeachment and supporting statements of evidence, two additional proposed articles, and supplemental, dissenting, and concurring views of individual members of the House Judiciary Committee31ocn021735643book19780.88United StatesFunding of presidential gifts and grants to Middle East countries Department of Defense, Department of State, Agency for International Development31ocn029851838book0.47Nixon, Richard MRichard M. Nixon : file of clippings and miscellanea21ocn029797506mix1.00Reichley, JamesResearch interviewsInterviewsTranscripts of over 160 interviews of officials of the Nixon and Ford administrations, members of Congress, participants in 1980 Reagan-Bush campaign and transition, and others, made by Reichley from notes taken during the interviews21ocn062284183book20020.92Ames, Mortimer ParkerPresidential communications management in the Nixon administration21ocn029797354mix1.00National Security Council (U.S.)Convenience file of communications with the U.S. Embassy in SaigonConference proceedingsCopies of U.S. State Dept. telegrams and White House backchannel messages between U.S. ambassadors in Saigon and White House national security advisers; together with information on talking points for meetings with South Vietnamese officials, intelligence reports, drafts of peace agreements, and military status reports. Topics range from the overthrow of Ngô Đình Diệm to the Paris peace negotiations and fall of South Vietnam. Most items are from the Nixon and Ford administrations21ocn029797605mix1.00Timmons, William EvanWhite House filesFiles relating chiefly to Timmons's work in the Ford administration (Aug.-Dec. 1974), including miscellaneous legislative issues, personnel appointments, routine courtesies, scheduling, 1974 elections, and administration of the office; together with his routine correspondence. Includes some materials relating to his work as assistant to President Nixon21ocn029308430mix1.00Armstrong, Anne LegendreWhite House filesFile (Aug.-Sept. 1974) of communications with White House staff from Haig, assistant to the president, White House Operations Office, concerning the Nixon-Ford transition including personnel, selection of a new vice-president, Richard Nixon's transition to private life, and scheduling for the new president; together with file (1973) of invitations, congratulations, and other routine social correspondence21ocn037787698book19881.00Pope, Philip HFoundations of Nixonian foreign policy the pre-presidential years of Richard M. Nixon, 1946-196821ocn046974205book19690.92Allen, GaryNew leaders : a worried look at the Nixon administration+-+2737605165324+-+2737605165324Fri Mar 21 15:29:40 EDT 2014batch36711