Richard Nixon

Book Feature: Children of the Revolution — An Interview with Lawrence Roberts about Mayday 1971

August 26, 2020
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“One lesson is that when a country feels like it’s really gone off on the wrong track, a social movement that finds a way to express that dissent in the streets can really make a difference.”

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Arts Fuse Podcast #11: Talking With Lloyd Schwartz — And Skinny Jerry Garcia and Nixon Read Poetry

March 1, 2019
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We were overjoyed to spend this episode with Pulitzer prize winning critic, poet, and teacher Lloyd Schwartz. Stick around for the poetry of Richard Milhous Nixon, too

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Film Review: “Elvis & Nixon” — Together Again

April 24, 2016
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Elvis Presley and Richard Nixon connect in their joint emotional poverty in this funny, charming, yet somewhat fluffy film.

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Book Review: “The Invisible Bridge” — Stranger and Scarier Than Fiction

October 1, 2015
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it’s useful to be reminded that Ronald Reagan, the revered All-American icon, was more simulacrum than savior.

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