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Go to the page for Richard M. Nixon maintained by the
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Read more about Richard M. Nixon at the
American Presidency site maintained by
Grolier's Encyclopedia Americana.
Listen to Senator Richard Nixon defend his candidacy for Vice-President in the famous "Checkers Speech", and Vice President Nixon's "Kitchen Debate" with Nikita Khrushchev. Then listen to a portion of the historic Fourth Presidential Debate between then Vice President Nixon and then Senator John Kenndey held on October 21, 1960. Afterwards listen to the former Vice President announce his "last press conference" following a failed run for Governor of California in 1962. Then from 1969, listen to President Nixon's first Inaugural Address, and his 1973 address to the nation announcing a peace treaty to end the war in Vietnam. Finally, listen to the President discuss the release of the Watergate Tapes, and his address to the nation announcing his resignation. All of the speeches are brought to you by the Great Speeches Pages from the History Channel, and each is netcasted using the RealAudio player. Need the player? Get it at....
Also listen to a portion of President Nixon's 1971 State of the Union Address. This clip brought to you by the Vincent Voice Library at Michigan State University.
Read the Inaugural Addresses of each of our presidents by going to the site maintained by the Bartleby Library.
Learn more about Richard Nixon by visiting the Presidency Pages from PBS and the American Experience. Begin with Nixon's Early Career and take the links to the pages on his presidency, policies and legacy.