He was succeeded by Gerald Fordwhom he had appointed vice president in after Agnew resigned his office amid charges of having committed bribery, extortion, and tax evasion during his tenure as governor of Maryland.
In addition, funding for many federal civil rights agencies, in particular the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOCwas substantially increased while Nixon was in office.
With the Paris Peace Accords ofU. A few months after accepting the nomination, Nixon became the target of a negative campaign that raised questions about money and gifts he allegedly received from industry lobbyists. Nixon was the youngest member of the committee and the only Westerner.
Following the war, Nixon launched his political career in when he defeated a five-term Democratic incumbent to represent his California district in the U.
They formed a "Committee of " to decide on a candidate, hoping to avoid internal dissensions which had led to Voorhis victories.
Nixon, delivering his First Inaugural Address, January 20, After Duke, he returned to Whittier, California, and began working as an attorney.
Yale officials at first denied his admission to the law school because of his full-time coaching responsibilities. He spent the summer of as a student at the University of Michigan Law School  and was eventually admitted in the spring of to Yale Law School.
Nixon advised the President to sign the bill, which he did. And our little girl—Tricia, the 6-year-old—named it Checkers. The petition was circulated nationally and was the inspiration for the America First Committeea group determined to keep the U.
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After the defeat, Nixon returned to Los Angeles to practice law. When Eisenhower announced his reelection bid in Februaryhe hedged on the choice of his running mate, stating that it was improper to address that question until he had been renominated.
InGeneral Dwight Eisenhower selected the year-old first-term senator to be his vice presidential running mate. Although Nixon performed well rhetorically, Kennedy managed to convey an appealing image of youthfulness, energy, and physical poise, which convinced many that he had won the debates.
He turned it down to continue in politics.
The two-inch steel ridge around the edge of the carrier slowed him enough so he could roll, and he twisted into the catwalk below the deck. When he left the Navy at the start ofNixon and his wife returned to Whittier, where Nixon began a year of intensive campaigning.
House of Representatives and won a seat in the elections. While on an Asian tour, the president called for cooperative efforts and promised American material aid but said that Asian countries must defend their freedoms with their own troops. He claimed that the media disliked him and had slanted campaign coverage in favor of his handsome and wealthy opponent.
In late April, the President announced that Nixon would again be his running mate. Jumper at left is Gerald Ford. Although Nixon opposed school busing and delayed taking action on desegregation until federal court orders forced his hand, his administration drastically reduced the percentage of African American students attending all-black schools.U.S.
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Rodino, Jr., chairman by Committee on the Judiciary and United States. Richard Nixon initiated efforts to achieve peace with honor and end the war in Vietnam, which he inherited from President Johnson. Nixon was a lieutenant commander in the Navy during World War II.
Through his maternal grandfather, Nixon reportedly descended from King Edward III of England.
Richard Nixon, in full Richard Milhous Nixon, (born January 9,Yorba Linda, California, U.S.—died April 22,New York, New York), 37th president of the United States (–74), who, faced with almost certain impeachment for his role in the Watergate scandal, became the first American president to resign from office.Download