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Papers On Presidential Studies (U.S.)
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Richard Nixon And Watergate: Turning Point
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11 pages in length. Watergate proved to be the most significant turning point in the life of America's thirty-seventh president, Richard M. Nixon, as well as one of the significant turning points in American politics, as well. The scandal that took place in 1972 at Washington, D.C.'s Watergate apartment and office complex became the president's worst nightmare, inasmuch as he was caught virtually red-handed as the primary conspirator in the Democratic National Committee headquarters break-in. This infamous occurrence sparked an investigation that uncovered secretly made audio tapes of conversations that Nixon had with several top-positioned government employees attempting to secure Nixon's re-election by illegally – and unethically – infiltrating the opposition's home office. Indeed, Nixon's world came crashing down when the investigative trail lead directly to his authorization of such damning activity; it would take two years after this discovery for the president to resign in order to avoid being impeached. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Richard Russell & LBJ
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An 18 page research paper that examines the question of whether or not Senator Richard B. Russell of Georgia, as Lyndon Johnson's mentor while LBJ was in the Senate had a significant influence over Johnson's handling of the Vietnam War. The writer argues that, in some ways, Russell was quite influential. However, examination of the historical record shows that, on the whole, Johnson followed other advisers more closely than he did Russell. Russell's advice, like the situation itself, was frequently ambiguous and did not offer Johnson a clear-cut path. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Robert F. Kennedy’s Anti-war Legacy
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A nine page paper looking at this pivotal figure in the anti-war movement of the 1960s. Using Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.’s biography “Robert Kennedy and his Times,” the paper shows how the ethical crisis surrounding Kennedy’s strong opposition to the war in Vietnam proved a focal point in the last years of his life. No additional sources.
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Robert Reich/Locked in the Cabinet
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A 7 page book review of Reich's autobiography of the Clinton years. Reich envisioned federal initiatives designed lift up those Americans who have been bypassed by the new knowledge-based global economy. His memoir records his disappointment and his triumphs as a member of the Clinton Administration. No additional sources cited.
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